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I want to get an aftermarket trigger for my 10-22 I have a Timmney in one of mine and am wondering if some one is offering something better these days. Any recommendations ?
 

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Timney are about as good as it gets IMO.
 

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KIDD 2 stage. They also have a single stage if that's your style. All the parts they make are top notch for a 10/22.
 

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If you're going for the top of the top, it's Kidd. I'd take a Jard after that. All kinda depend son the rest of the gun. Makes no sense going with a Level A trigger if the rest of the gun isn't on that same level. Be the same as getting a new home theatre that's the top of the line TV and video player yet going with a WalMart level speaker system.
 

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I just put a Clark Custom trigger in mine. It has a extended mag release also a bolt release upgrade and a crisp 2.75 trigger pull. Drops in in seconds.
 

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I want to get an aftermarket trigger for my 10-22 I have a Timney in one of mine and am wondering if some one is offering something better these days. Any recommendations ?
Do you have the drop in module or the complete lower receiver timney.
The new one is fantastic. Trigger already installed in a complete receiver made by timney.
The mag release is awesome. Kind of looks like a falling block lever. Drops the mags out clean and fast.

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Bought my Timney (complete) trigger before I got my 10/22 from my FFL. after reading the reviews on Amazon, I went for the $200. I can't remember ever seeing a product engineered, manufactured with the highest quality materials such as this trigger module. Flawless in form and function so far.
Only drawback with Amazon is you can't specify the trigger color (black only)....of which they have 5 choices on the Timney website. Pricy....but the best...and a lifetime warrantee....JMO


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Bought my Timney (complete) trigger before I got my 10/22 from my FFL. after reading the reviews on Amazon, I went for the $200. I can't remember ever seeing a product engineered, manufactured with the highest quality materials such as this trigger module. Flawless in form and function so far.
Only drawback with Amazon is you can't specify the trigger color (black only)....of which they have 5 choices on the Timney website. Pricy....but the best...and a lifetime warrantee....JMO


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The color is either black or silver, but the trigger shoe can be replaced easily with other colors.
I was afraid they would send me One with a (blip) pink one and was relieved with the black one.
Yep a nice precision trigger. The sear and hammer are wire edm cut.
Very precise. Great pull wt.
Timney is very easy and responsive in their communication also.
It is in the same class as the geissle is for the AR market.
Flawless

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At my age I shoot forward a lot better than I run backward.
Rearward movement is only used for a forward Advantage and better sight alignment !
 
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