I have the BX and compared to the stock trigger it is great. Compared to a Kidd or other precision triggers, not so great. The difference is the cost and what your gonna do with it. If you have a stock 10/22 and are gonna shoot turtles and cans and want a upgrade, the BX is fine. If you wnat precision, it helps but not in the same class as a precision trigger like Kidd or Timney.
The drop In replacement BX trigger (lighter pull) looks interesting. Is it already modified so slide locks open after last round? If not, will the modification/part for stock 10/22 triggers that lock slide open work on the “new” trigger group? Thanks.
I'm new to firearms, and bought a Ruger 10/22, and a Ruger PC Carbine.
I hate the 10/22 sights (as most do) and I'm pretty terrible while shooting with them. I'm tempted by the Tech sights that everyone recommends. I like the old-school simplicity and zero maintenance. But I'm wondering if...
My 1022 rifle has never been fired;
the magazines are new, as well.
it could be said that I am newer to firearms
than my firearm is new to the world:
so please forgive my ignorance.
Here's my problem:
My weapon cycled fine
when I bought it in late March,
though I noticed it was...
I have had intermittent problems with failures to eject and failures to feed since I have had this gun. Ruger worked on it twice. The second time they replaced the receiver. It seemed to be okay after that, with only occasional issues that most likely were cheap ammo related. I have been...