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Anyone know of anybody that mod's the SR22 trigger?

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Old July 24th, 2012, 09:53 AM   #1
 
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Anyone know of anybody that mod's the SR22 trigger?

Shot my SR22 for the first time last week-end. Not real impressed with the single action trigger pull. Not very crisp. Maybe I'm spoiled from my stock Mk-II.

Anyway, I didn't know if anyone worked on SR-22 triggers (single action portion) and if anyone had any feedback.

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Old July 26th, 2012, 07:18 AM   #2
 
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I'd shoot it more and get it broke in before trying to modify your trigger.
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Good call.
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Old July 27th, 2012, 02:53 PM   #4
 
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I was a bit disappointed in the trigger on my SR22 as well. I have been checking the trigger pull on my newly purchased guns and will check them again at around 1000 rds.
My SR-22 is right at 5 lbs and 12 oz with less than 200 rds. My S&W MP22 is at 4.1 lbs with just a bit over 250 rds and is smoother.
Of course the MK III at just at or slightly below 3 lbs is the best of the three. I am hoping that use will improve the SR.
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I'd wait to see if there is an update on this guy's trigger job.

Ruger SR22 HIGH Trigger Pull (for me at least)

From my experience, by the time you get your gun really broke in, you'll get used to the trigger pull. I wouldn't expect the SR22 to have the same trigger as a MKII/III.
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I dont think you can reduce the DA trigger weight at all. You might be able to make it smoother but I doubt it will get lighter. It looks like most of the pull weight is due to the very stiff hammer spring. I dont think you will be able to adjust it easily if at all.
Make sure your gunsmith will buy you a new gun if he messes it up. Since the gun is so new there are very few replacement parts for it. Ruger may or may not send replacement parts it he breaks something.

If you really want a lighter trigger you need a 22/45 or Mk III.
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