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Old 10-08-2009, 01:37 PM   #1
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For anyone wanting their Ruger 10/22 trigger professionally upgraded I'm offering a complete trigger group upgrade done on your trigger group. This includes reducing pull weight down to a reliable 2-3 pounds, installing & adjusting overtravel stop (which greatly shortens reset), adjustable takeup (if needed), modifying bolt release to aftermarket specs, installing extended mag release if your trigger group don't already have 1, and testing in 1 of my 10/22s for reliability before shipping. All this for only 80$ including return shipping to lower 48. Supporting members get the same work done for 60$ including return shipping to lower 48. Since supporting membership dues is only 15$ you get all the advantages of supporting membership + the savings. Contact me if interested. Neil

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Old 10-08-2009, 01:52 PM   #2
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I think I'll be taking you up on this. But first I have to get her to the range this weekend. She's still a virgin, and that's just not right.

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I plan on taking you up on that offer in the future. But as for now, theres no way I can afford to even go to the range let alone worry about upgrades.

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I think I'll be taking you up on this. But first I have to get her to the range this weekend. She's still a virgin, and that's just not right.
Jo, you cheatin' on your Revelation 100??
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Jo, you cheatin' on your Revelation 100??
She's coming along too.

It's a threesome.
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Whats the turnaround time?

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Turnaround time is usually a week or less.

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I did a parts only trigger job and took over 3 lbs off the trigger pull. If you need help I also made a video. Polishing your parts will improve the feel of the trigger pull, but I do not do that in the vid due to time. I hope this helps someone. Part 2 is the addition of the new parts.
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I modify all my trigger pounds so I can touch it and it fires. Keeps from pulling off target. I have modified everyone of my rifles so that it takes a tiny squeeze to fire. I never put my finger on the trigger until I have zeroed in on the target then I gently touch the trigger and she goes boom!!! The less trigger pressure the more accurate shot at long distances. I can walk most anyone through modifying their trigger as long as they can take their rifle apart and put it back together themselves.

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I modify all my trigger pounds so I can touch it and it fires. Keeps from pulling off target. I have modified everyone of my rifles so that it takes a tiny squeeze to fire. I never put my finger on the trigger until I have zeroed in on the target then I gently touch the trigger and she goes boom!!! The less trigger pressure the more accurate shot at long distances. I can walk most anyone through modifying their trigger as long as they can take their rifle apart and put it back together themselves.
Backyard gun smithin huh. Well they make aftermarket triggers for a reason. Becouse in alot of guns mods to factory triggers is unsafe. Do it right an dont worry about it. A hair trigger isnt the best for most shooters so aftermarket adjustable triggers is the safe way to go
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