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Posted: 7/16/2003 10:01:26 AM EDT
What do you need to do your own 10/22 trigger job parts/spring wise?

I have worked on my MKII pistol sucessfully, so I figure I will give my 10/22 a shot...
Link Posted: 7/16/2003 12:42:59 PM EDT
just smooth out and polish the hammer, can do it with sandpaper or dremel.

clark custom has a nice video on how they work on the 1022s and one of the mk2s.

my brother polished his hammer, then bought a volquartsen, gave me the original hammer. comparing the 2, i think the home polish job is better than the volq, its at least as good.
Link Posted: 7/16/2003 10:38:32 PM EDT
You can get a hammer and sear from brownells that drop in and then a trigger with a take up screw, all for well under $100 and you don't have to polish nothing. I liked the stock trigger on my very old 10/22, but a new one I acquired felt like a gravel road, thus the mods. No creep, breaks like glass.
Link Posted: 7/17/2003 7:00:48 AM EDT
Reading articals on rimfirecentral,I ordered and installed just a trigger and shims(volquartsen)for a total of $33. I am now in the 3# range and what a difference. Contact ontargetguns.com and talk to them.
Link Posted: 7/23/2003 5:29:25 PM EDT
Check out http://www.ct-precision.com/ Connectocut Precision Chambering
they did 2 10/22 triggers for me...both set at about 1 1/2 lbs...and they are fabulous...when I got mine done prices were very reasonable abd turnaround was about 2 weeks
Link Posted: 7/23/2003 9:18:57 PM EDT
how do the shims affect the performance?
Link Posted: 7/23/2003 11:50:21 PM EDT
Just check out rimfirecentral.com . This is the best place for ALL 10/22 questions.
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