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So I volquarten'd my 22/45.... thanks to my wife!

Discussion in 'Rimfire Forum' started by spartan985, Dec 27, 2010.


  1. spartan985

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    As on my last 10/22,.....the trigger got much better after about 500 rounds.
     

  3. Jason D

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    If this is the MKIII version of the 22/45. You may want to consider pulling out the magazine disconnect and replacing the hammer bushing with a Clark bushing.

    It takes most of the creep out of the trigger.
     
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    I took the mag release out of mine and replaced the bushing with a mkII one....and added a volquartsen sear. It made a world of difference on the mkIII 22/45 pistol trigger, it is the gun I shoot pins with.
     
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    Just added junk in the gun is all.
    It also eliminates the magazine step during disassembly