The trigger is stock factory 10/22, as is most of the rifle. I hadn't even put a round through it before I swapped out the trigger group for one I had already worked with an RT pull release, dropped in a worked bolt with an RT charging handle, and put on a cheapie little red dot.
Gotta say, it shot really well! I was just shooting off hand at reactive targets, but I was very surprised by how well it was shooting. I think that take down mechanism may prove to be a more accurate method than the V block.
Just polish the flats in the trigger group. Then use a medium grit knife sharpening stone on the hammer sear (which you should already have). Then pick up a set of Spyderco ceramic stones(or any other ultra fine ceramic stone) and polish that hammer sear shelf. A chepo magnifying glass helps to make sure it is even, since it's easy to get it less than square by hand and naked eye.
That's it....check your work frequently by putting it all back together and using a trigger lb gauge. Stop around 3lbs....for now...you will be amazed. The tools for this will cost a little over one aftermarket trigger kit...but then you can do a many many more for..."free".
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