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I am making my shopping list for a new 10/22. I was looking at this trigger on Midwayusa.com.

Timney Trigger Guard Assembly Ruger 10/22 2-3/4 lb Aluminum Black

Timney Trigger Guard Assembly Ruger 10/22 2-3/4 lb Aluminum Black

I was wondering if anyone out there has used another company's set up that is comparable with a lower price tag. I don't mind paying for quality but if the same can be accomplished for less then... well why waste the money, buy more ammo.

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You can do that or you can contact David at Brimstone gunsmithing and he could do a tier 2 trigger job for $70 that will be smooth as butter with whatever trigger pull you specify....its your money.....
 

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I myself went and bought a Kidd Trigger job which lightens it up to 1.75 lbs. Very nice and light.
 

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I read how the pros did their trigger jobs. Then did it myself. Slow and easy does it.
Wow, that sounds like a great topic for a post in the "Gunsmithing" or "Ruger 10/22 Rimfire" forums....
 

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Handy with tools, steady hands, and attention to detail then yes do it yourself and save some money. If not get aftermarket ones and install it yourself.
 

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I am handy with tools, have steady hands, and attention to details. However, I do not possess, nor have access to the proper tools, nor do I have the requisite time. I wish I did, as that I enjoy doing such products. As a consequence, I have bought Timney drop-in trigger assemblies for my 10/22s, have come to really appreciate the quality of their products.

It is all good, afterall, we are speaking about the 10/22.

YMMV.

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There's better choices than the Timney in question and lesser choices. All depends on what the rest of the build will entail. Make things match. Makes no sense having a B trigger with a A or C barrel. Be like running high-performance tires on your standard old family sedan.
 
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