I'll post this w/ a disclaimer that I havent yet tried it and can't
verify its claim. Another forum's member stated the Model 60's
trigger can be eased up simply by taking out the trigger guard
and pulling the trigger, then reinstalling. It was also stated one
could further reduce the pull by a dab of moly or tetra grease
and/or cutting off a coil or two from the hammer spring.
As I stated previously, I'll post a result when I try it. It may
be interesting to note that I contacted a reputable gunsmith
about a trigger job for the Marlin and after a bit of hemming and
hawing, he declined to even mess with it. Just thought I'd add
that in case anyone other than me is stupid enough to do it
w/ a new weapon still under warrenty. The warrenty will probably
be void but thats ok, I'd rather have it the way I want it rather
than the way it is.