Trigger work vs VQ kit

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Outdoorxj, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. Outdoorxj

    Outdoorxj
    Wilsonville
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    So i was talking to some guy at a gun shop and he said even if i installed a VQ trigger kit i would have to take it in to get it "Tuned" (something like that, that i cant just install it and have it work at its peak)
    He recommended that i just do trigger work to get it to where i want 2lbs.

    What is your advice on trigger work($85) vs installing a VQ kit ($100-120)

    22/45 stock with mkii bushing.
     
  2. Hawaiian

    Hawaiian
    Tigard Oregon
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    If you want a really sweet trigger, do both. A good gun smith can fine tune a custom trigger kit. Check out Rich's Gun Shop in Donald which is just down the road from you. He did a great job on the VQ trigger kit for my son's 10/22.
     
  3. xlsbob

    xlsbob
    coos county
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    I cant remember the name offhand but I sent a couple of my 10-22 triggers off to a guy in Florida and the stock triggers came back at 2 1/2 lbs. I'd expect even better results starting with an aftermarket trigger.
     

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