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Time for some 10/22 work

Old 06-24-2022, 05:31 PM
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Default Time for some 10/22 work

I was looking at uogrades for triggers for my Ruger 10/22 qnd couldn't believe some of the prices. But after doing some internet searching I came across a trigger kit from MCarbo. I got one prior to this for my Savage Axis and it reduced the trigger weight in half.
i watched the video on how to install the 10/22 kit and I have the entire trigger assembly apart in a tray in a zip lock bag waiting for the kit to come incoAs long as I had everything out of the trigger housing I polished up the hammer and trigger sear engagement surfaces with Flitz and a felt buffing wheel on my rotary tool so they are suoer smooth.
these guys at MCarbo are all ex military and carry quality products.
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