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Trigger upgrades

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing & Repairs' started by RezRunner, Jul 31, 2020.

  1. RezRunner

    RezRunner Sharpshooter

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    Looking for Opinions on Glock 43 and Ruger 10/22 trigger upgrades. I am looking at Apex for the glock and Franklin Armory Binary trigger for the Ruger. Just curious if anyone here has experience with either or what suggestions you might have?
     
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    After threading the barrel to the receiver, I installed a Volquartsen trigger on my 10/22 after adjusting it down to 20 ounces, and after some 50,000+ rounds later, it now measures 21 ounces, and is still one sweet trigger!

    I have never used any other aftermarket trigger on any other 10/22 rifles, so I cannot comment on them, but the Volquartsen has always been very safe reliable.

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    Which Volquartsen trigger do you have on it? I have seen a couple.

    BTW good looking setup you have there!
     
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    There is a 8 to 10 month wait to get a Franklin Binary Trigger. I ordered one about 10 days ago. That is one for the Ruger 10/22 Charger .22.
     
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    RezRunner,

    I went with the Volquartzen TG2000, added shims, did a mirror polish on the bolt and all attached parts, and added a new buffer.

    Thank you!
     
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    Converted one of the 10-22's to the Ruger 3lb trigger drop in and have been really satisfied with it.
    3lb triggers is what is the holy grail for me on every gun I own if it can happen.
    That way if shooting a different firearm from the safe, it's a consistent trigger pull.
     

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