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Done a trigger job, polish job, and chamfered my stock 22 today and WOW

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Well i have done a little filing of the 10/22 sear's before and have lightened my triggers, but decided i would go a little farther on this build just to see how nice i could get it before I bought a timney drop in. Well after all my work lets just say i am Not buying a drop in trigger after today, I am only buying a tuffer buffer and a power custom red trigger.

I cleaned up the sear today and took some metal off of it. polished it, the hammer and the disconnector. I mean i polished the fire out of them. I also chamfered the bolt.

All i can say is WOOOOW. I had no idea how much the polishing helped. It feels as if its lighter than my 22-250 with a 3 lbs trigger. I dont have a gauge so i really won't know until i get one. This is the best feeling trigger i have ever felt on a 22 and didnt cost me a dime, I will be taking the slop out of the sear and disconnector sometimes this afternoon. The bolt actually is a little easier to pull back now as well and it is stated this chamfering will help with the ejection of sub sonic ammo.

Also i got all of this info from rimfirecentral on the forums in the tips and tricks section. Just thought i would post up my success story lol.

Thanks for all the help guys
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