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Well after reading everything I could find here (thank you everyone) on making the stock 10/22 trigger better, I decided to jump in with both feet. I went from a stock; 8# (+-) pull with a lot of creep and over travel, to a crisp 2#, no creep, no over travel trigger. Here's what I did: 1. Polished all of the services suggested. 2. spring and shim kit from ebay (unk manufacture) 3. 8/32 set screws in sear, hammer and trigger. 4. 2 holes drilled in hammer to lighten it. 5. loctite bushings in hammer. Just to let you guys know who are thinking about doing your own trigger but are afraid to try or think that you don’t have the right tools, I say “Go for it!” I used my gas grill to anneal and harden the parts, and a hand drill and tap. …Do it! You will have the satisfaction of doing it yourself not to mention a **** good trigger.
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