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Posted: 10/15/2004 12:43:59 PM EDT
Got a 10/22T with the stainless hammer forged barrel. Maybe ran 1200 rounds thru it and the trigger started to stick. It got to the point I felt that it wasnt safe to shoot so I took it to the sporting good shop where I got it and sent it back to Ruger. They "fixed" the trigger and shipped the rifle back after about 3 months.
Now about 3000 rounds later its starting to stick again. Im pretty sure I dont want to ship the the damn thing off again for 3 months.
Anyone else had this problem? If so what did you do to solve the problem?

Link Posted: 10/15/2004 12:50:32 PM EDT
The guys here can help you.


The 10/22 trigger assembly isn't that complicated. The sear spring is a little tricky but that's it.
Link Posted: 10/15/2004 1:14:02 PM EDT
Rimfire is a great place to get info.

If you are gonna fix it yourself, why not put in a after market trigger, like Volquartsen. Rimfire will have lots of info on these triggers, and how to put them in.
Link Posted: 10/16/2004 4:30:04 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/16/2004 4:32:10 PM EDT by spikeofwoolsey]
Entire Volq trigger assemblies run about $170. Can get trigger rebuild kits about $50.
RIMFIRE CENTRAL is a great help for Q&A. Dnot be scared about opening the 10/22. Only 1 screw under stock....2 pins hold in trigger group.....about 4 more pins to take the whole assembly apart. Now would be a great time to install a bolt buffer ($10)
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