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Old 07-14-2021, 03:41 PM
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I have an article which appeared in "Rifle" magazine, issue #107 for Sept-Oct-Nov of 1986 which shows you how to modify a stock trigger including making it fully adjustable. It's very well written with photos and diagrams explaining the step by step process. I'd copy and post if for you DIY folks but would be concerned about copyright laws and "permissions to publish".
I don't know if the magazine is still in circulation. The article was written by one Richard Aldiis. It might be archived somewhere in the internet. The title was "An Adjustable Trigger for Ruger's 77/22".
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Old 07-14-2021, 03:53 PM
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I found the magazine on-line ( https://www.wolfeoutdoorsports.com/s...+107&Search=GO. ) You can buy a copy for $10 by going to that link.
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On my own Ruger 77/.22 rifle, I just replaced the factory spring & sear with Volquartson Trigger Spring & Sear. Made a world of difference!!
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On my own Ruger 77/.22 rifle, I just replaced the factory spring & sear with Volquartson Trigger Spring & Sear. Made a world of difference!!

I did the same. Bought the spring/sear kit more than a year ago and literally just put it in last week. Itís huge difference.
But DIY is also a fun option
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Old 07-21-2021, 05:05 AM
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I did the same. Bought the spring/sear kit more than a year ago and literally just put it in last week. Itís huge difference.
But DIY is also a fun option
I also replaced the trigger spring/sear on my Ruger 77/.22 Hornet & 77/.44 Magnum, with Volquartson Trigger Spring & Sear. Both rifles responded positively accuracy wise.
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Old 07-27-2021, 05:02 PM
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How much didn't see it on their web sight
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Old 07-27-2021, 11:01 PM
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I donít believe they sell that kit to the public any longer. However you can order it thru triggershims.com I believe is where i got mine
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Check out Timney. They sell a sear and spring kit as well.
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