Googling, I know the location of the adjustment screw, allen wrench size, the direction to increase or decrease tension, that under load the tension feels greater and lastly, while adjusting clockwise, i.e. increasing tension, the calipers keep closing. Indeed, that is because the adjustment screw protrudes out of the bottom, pushing the trigger forward as you are turning the screw, i.e. the direction the trigger must travel to the close. I have the Molded Grip Model #1001G. I have not shot with it yet. It is quite baffling how this adjustment can change the amount of force need to open the calipers. It seems quite irrelevant how wide the jaws open since once they clear your loop it is a moot point, or how a narrower opening (Screw having been adjusted clockwise!) could/would increase the force need to pull the trigger, especially since the screw isn't touching anything once the trigger is in position to fire. Thank you for any input and hoping Scott owners understand what I am describing!