Hello all. This is literally my first post. I joined so I could get some help and then glean and contribute as I can. Long time firearms enthusiast, lifetime NRA Member, NRA Instructor, and more. Thanks in advance. Last year I bought 2 new 10/22s. I also purchased a bunch of aftermarket items to build them up the way we wanted them. Specifically we purchased Kidd Industries Single Stage 10/22 triggers and charging handles and such. Soon after I had a pretty devastating motorcycle accident so we just got around to actually shooting them yesterday. I was severely disappointed. Both rifles malfunctioned repeatedly. Both would fail to reset the trigger and then both would occasionally go full auto for 2, 3, up to 8 rounds. I literally mean full auto. I was worried that some law enforcement would come up and arrest us. Nothing we tried would remedy the situation. I wound up hand charging them enough to zero the scopes and then we called it quits. When I go home I sent Kidd Industries a lengthy email describing the issues, but since I purchased these over a year ago, I'm afraid they'll blow me off. We'll see about that. So today, I was going to run up to Cabelas and pick up three of the Ruger BX Triggers to replace the Kidd triggers. I took the rifles apart to clean them and to remove the Kidd triggers. That's when I think I discovered the issue but I need some expertise here to advise. I've decided to hold off on the BX Triggers and see if this is indeed the issue and if anyone else has any similar experience. When I removed the trigger I noticed that the main spring/trigger bar actually sticks out behind the trigger housing when the hammer is cocked. I just happened to look at the inside of the stock and sure enough you can see that the trigger bar is hitting the inside of the stock. This is likely enough resistance that it caused the trigger reset issues but I don't know if this would cause the full auto issue. So to remedy this I dremmeled out a small recess behind the trigger, but inside of the stock so you can't see it. This gives more than enough room for the trigger bar to travel to the full reward position and reset the trigger when the hammer locks. So does this seem logical? Before I dump more money into these I'd love to know if this makes sense and is the likely culprit. I can't hit the range again until next week to confirm but I thought I'd start here first. Thanks again.