Have two Kidd trigger job kits, HAD a VQ target hammer & PC adj. sear, and ONE Brimstone.
Bolt release included, 100% reliability, ZERO TINKERING. Very little creep (virtually none if you are not used to the best of the best of the best). Nice smooth, short, 2.5 lb pull.
Perfect for hunting/plinking/field use and more than good enough for casual target shooting from a rest.
Overall, the cheapest Brimstone trigger job is probably the best $ I ever spent on a 10/22.
Did I mention 100% reliability with ZERO TINKERING?
This a target shot with my 50th model DSP from a rest. The only modifications were some bedding tweeks to the stock and a brimstone trigger job. Other than that all factory parts with no other "performance" modifications. They do VERY GOOD work for a VERY affordable price. Most bang for the buck with NO draw backs.
SK Rifle Match
Note that target has Brimstone T3 written on it. At the time I was thinking that T1 was highest and T3 was lowest $ job. It was the lowest $ job that was done.