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Old 10-16-2009, 04:12 PM   #1
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Default Ruger 10/22 trigger groups professionally reworked

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 one
  • 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. seastalkingbear@yahoo.com or PM me for phone number

Here's a couple pics from my last project. Neil
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Old 10-16-2009, 07:05 PM   #2
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That thing is gorgeous! Where did you get that stock Bear?

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Default One fine looking rifle

CA read the report and picures of it on the .22 forum. I sent Stalkingbear a trigger to do for me. I will give a full report on it when I receive it.

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Believe it or not-that's a factory stock. It was 1 of a limited edition 10/22 sporters with the fancy checkered french walnut stock. I did glass bed my action & free float the barrel in it. Lipsey's is the wholesaler that carried them.

I received your trigger group today Bobby. I've already started on it.

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Believe it or not-that's a factory stock. It was 1 of a limited edition 10/22 sporters with the fancy checkered french walnut stock. I did glass bed my action & free float the barrel in it. Lipsey's is the wholesaler that carried them.

I received your trigger group today Bobby. I've already started on it.

Now Bear... You know that's really my squirrel gun, as soon as I can.. "Borrow " it, yeah, that's the word!
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Default Got the trigger

I got my trigger back from Stalkingbear with a 10 day turn around (fast service Bear). Breaks like a glass rod at just a touch over 2LB on my gauge. Virtually no over travel, extended magazine release. bolt stop reworked. For the $60.00 dollar member price, I am impressed. Now if the guys with the barrel, and stock would get in gear, I'll post the put it together pictures, with a range report.

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I got my trigger back from Stalkingbear with a 10 day turn around (fast service Bear). Breaks like a glass rod at just a touch over 2LB on my gauge. Virtually no over travel, extended magazine release. bolt stop reworked. For the $60.00 dollar member price, I am impressed. Now if the guys with the barrel, and stock would get in gear, I'll post the put it together pictures, with a range report.
Great to hear that. What are you doing with the stock and barrel?
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Glad you like it Bobby. If you ever have any problems with it just let me know.

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Great to hear that. What are you doing with the stock and barrel?
18 inch bull for now. Laminated target stock.
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My trigger group is going to Bear in November.

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