I opted to have my original trigger assembly worked on by Brimstone than to buy a polymer trigger assembly ... mine is a sweet trigger pull ... i went with the tier 2 trigger mod from Brimstone ... well worth the moneyIs the Ruger BX-Trigger worth it? Reading some reviews it gets mixed marks due to being a polymer trigger guard still among other things. Anyone have a better option?
I guess this explains it. I don't think anyone asked you what you were using your 10/22 for.I think it is a worthy trigger for plinking cans along the desert floor. Other than that it is just a gritty mushy trigger with a bunch if over travel and not a clean break. Sure it breaks lighter than the stock one, but lighter doesn't mean better.
Nope, nobody asked me what I use my 10/22's for, that's why I stayed on topic and only gave the OP my opinion of the trigger instead of going into what I use my rifles for.I guess this explains it. I don't think anyone asked you what you were using your 10/22 for.
The BX trigger works very well for me. I use it for plinking/pest control. I'm used to the stock trigger and have never used other options.
It seems there are several better options for a target/bench rest rifle. It makes me smile when a BX is described as gritty and mushy. I have an excuse if I miss!