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Old December 11th, 2009, 05:46 AM   #1
 
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77-22 Trigger Tuning or Replacement

Wish my new 77-22 had a 2 stage Trigger or at least that I could feel a little "take up" befoe "firing".... or even that the Trigger was lighter.

Can the stock trigger be adjusted to provide any of this, or, will just having the Lbs of trigger pull lightened a few pounds accomplish some real irmprovement.

What have you done to improve yours?

I hate to think of spending a lot of money to buy and have installed, a 2 stage triiger.

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Old December 11th, 2009, 02:47 PM   #2
 
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There are some good instructions on the internet on how to lighten the Ruger trigger.
My 77/22 does have an aftermarket trigger, only because I found one very cheep in the bargain cave
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TRY HERE Ruger Model 77 Trigger
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Old December 27th, 2009, 12:25 PM   #4
 
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ctkenc, if you don't want to slick up the OEM trigger, Dayton Traister, Oak Harbor, WA makes a near drop in for the 77/22s that will do what you want; see report at: August, 96 Traister
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I just put a Volquartsen sear in mine and it greatly improved the pull. It has a slight creep and a very low pull now. Don't have a scale or I'd measure it.
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Follow 903clay's link. I worked my trigger using these instructions and the trigger is great. Very easy to do as well.
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