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Thread: 10/22 aftermarket trigger advice please

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    Quote Originally Posted by scattershot View Post
    Send your trigger group to Brimstone Gunsmithing. About $35.00 to tune yours up, and really fast turnaound. Beats the Ruger replacement, and you can either add your own trigger stop (allen screw) or have them do it.
    ^^^THIS^^^ http://brimstonegunsmithing.com/ruge...0-22-services/
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    I put a BX trigger in my ca early 80s 10/22, and while it is decent, it was not THAT much of an improvement. But, I think those older Rugers came with nicer triggers, or perhaps 35+ years of shooting smoothed it up a bit. What I did not like about the BX was the fact that is mostly plastic. Soooo, I think a winter project will be a set of parts for my original trigger group, which is aluminum and steel.

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    So,,,,,

    What did ya end up doing?
    Everyone can learn from their mistakes.
    However; it's less painful, and cheaper to learn from the mistakes of others.

    Old age and treachery will always overcome youth, and skill.

    OK folks. Enough of this idle chit chat. This ain't no retirement home.
    EVERYONE!!
    Back to your oars. The Captain wants to waterski.

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    Winger Ed
    If you're asking the original poster, that'id be me. Haven't started any work on my 10/22. I've been moving from one town to another. Still getting all of my "stuff" in boxes sorted out. Started on my reloading/gun room today. Got my gun safe bolted to the wall in the closet today. I will rest easier knowing they're locked up when we're out of the house.
    Regards

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    Kidd trigger, buy once, feel good that itís worth every penny
    8500' Wet Mountain Valley, Colorado

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlejack View Post
    Winger Ed If you're asking the original poster, that'id be me. Haven't started any work on my 10/22. Regards
    I was courious, I've got one and was following the goings-on with yours
    to see what ya ended up doing before I started chopping and hacking on mine..
    Everyone can learn from their mistakes.
    However; it's less painful, and cheaper to learn from the mistakes of others.

    Old age and treachery will always overcome youth, and skill.

    OK folks. Enough of this idle chit chat. This ain't no retirement home.
    EVERYONE!!
    Back to your oars. The Captain wants to waterski.

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    Clark Custom has 10/22 trigger components for the same cost as sending your pack to Brimstone. I asked a couple local competitive 22 shooters; one liked the Clark parts, and after researching things a little, I chose Clark. Kit is destined for for wife's plinker; early holiday gift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tja6435 View Post
    Kidd trigger, buy once, feel good that it’s worth every penny
    From his trigger job kit to his two stage trigger- they're not the cheapest but they are the best. If you appreciate a fine trigger Kidd has the best for the 10/22.

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    Thank you all for your shared expieriences and best advice.
    Regards

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