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Currently trying to strip the paint off to match the receiver that I stripped the paint from also. Seems like the paint it much harder to remove than the receiver. I am noticing that there is a lot of little pitting after the paint is removed on the assembly and it's somewhat ugly. Should I have it bead blasted to smooth things out or just considering getting a newer and nicer assembly...either a stock one or was thinking a Hornet Custom S for about $90 in silver with all the internals upgraded already? And who sells just the trigger assembly in silver/paint stripped for a good price?

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Aluminum

Outlawdon,

The 10/22 trigger housing is aluminum. Before 1971, it was anodized; after 1971, it was painted. The internal working parts are mostly steel, with the magazine release being aluminum.

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