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This is a discussion on Bolt Buffer Pins: What do you use and why? within the Ruger 10/22 Rimfire forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Originally Posted by NetDoc I don't want a 'hair trigger' and never said I did. I want a 1.5 to 2 pound pull on my ...


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Old March 24th, 2017, 01:55 PM   #16
 
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I don't want a 'hair trigger' and never said I did. I want a 1.5 to 2 pound pull on my range rifle. Of course, if you can't handle a light trigger, then DON'T GET ONE. They are not suitable for the inattentive shooter.





I got those and they are nice. I only shot about 20 rounds day before yesterday and pulled it out last night and there was no deformation like on the viton covered pin.


No you quoted part of my post. You originally said you wanted to remove 1 or 2 pounds from a 2 1/2 pound trigger that means a half pound to 1 1/2 pound trigger. As a gunsmith a half pound trigger is a hair trigger.

Don't selectively quote what may support your view.


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Old March 24th, 2017, 06:40 PM   #17
 
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You originally said you wanted to remove 1 or 2 pounds from a 2 1/2 pound trigger that means a half pound to 1 1/2 pound trigger.
Actually, I never posted that. Please work on your reading comprehension as you are misrepresenting me in this regard. I posted "a pound or so" and not a "pound or two". A 1 1/2 pound trigger or there abouts is not a "hair trigger" as most any competent gunsmith will tell you. It's really not my fault that you got it wrong. I never said I wanted a hair trigger, so please get your facts right before you tell me how to quote. No need to harsh my mellow because you can't understand what I wrote.

Triggers below a pound only belong on bolt action rifles dedicated to bench rests in my opinion. I have shot two by invitation and they were both phenomenal firearms and their owners are top notch marksmen. If you can't operate them safely, then by all means avoid such firearms. I found them fun, fun, fun.
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I use KIDD bolt buffers. They make some of the best parts you can buy for a 10/22!
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