What I would do, is back out the activation screw first.
Then set the trigger stop to set your overall trigger length how you want it.
Then screw in the activation screw until the marker fires at the point in the trigger travel that you want.
Finally, adjust the return strength screw to get the trigger tension you want.
If you want to go the whole hog, you could get the front of the top of the trigger drilled and tapped and install another screw, giving you a front as well as a rear trigger stop.
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