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Best Trigger and sear kit for bench competion work

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As someone who is new to 10/22 but not guns in general i feel comfortable stripping and reassembling a trigger group.
Just trying to find a good set is unreal i am overwhelmed with what is out there,i mean the sheer number of kits and claims Kit X can do better than Kit y and on and on.
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Its Aluminum for sure but someone has been in it before i dont all what they but the one touch bolt release works..i took a stab at just polishing thing's up.Someone ground the mag release i guess to get the one touch release to work,got that figured out...

But not knowing who and what figure start fresh go from there.
 

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Another option if you really want to do-it-yourself is Power Custom...I use these a bunch...a very nice 2.5-3 lbs, very little noticeable pre-travel once ya get it adjusted to the gag limit with just drop-ins..ya will need to drill a hole in your trigger for the adjustment access.

http://gunkings.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=71_67&products_id=481



Oh and IF that mag release is all chewed up buy a VQ...real good!

http://gunkings.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=71_66&products_id=394
 
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