M*CARBO Brotherhood

Ruger BX Trigger

I gotta say that the stock trigger on the Ruger 10/22 completely blows. Been looking into the BX for a while and decided to go for it. And I’m glad I did. Nice, crisp, super easy drop in install. That thing is a shooter now.

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Been wanting to get one for mine. Reassuring to hear positive posts on them.

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Glad ruger finally did this. I used to send mine out to get worked. Still cheaper than adding a ton of volquartson parts to trigger.
Beside for every day use I bet the bx is just what the doctor ordered. Especially if it pulls and breaks like their american trigger

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@Jperr @ValorSolo

They are definitely worth their weight!!! I have put them in two of my more recent 22 custom builds of mine and added the MCarbo Spring Kit. I have not done ANY polishing of the trigger and sear and both have confirmed average pulls of 1 pound 7 ounces or better. Enjoy!

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Late to this thread but I was waffling back and forth between sending my stock 10/22 trigger out to be tuned up and getting a BX. Decided on the BX. It was well worth it. Now there is some variation in the BX’s trigger to trigger. Whereas a gunsmith can continue to tweak a regular trigger until he/she gets it perfect.

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I purchased a new Ruger 10/22 Stain”s”Less TakeDown years back and immediately dropped the BX Tigger Group in…Love it and no problems. I then dropped the new OEM Trigger Group into my 33 year old Ruger 10/22 Carbine. I don’t use that gun much and nothing was wrong with the 33 year old trigger…but not as crisp and light as the BX.
Wonder if they will sell a similar upgrade for the PC’s?

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I wasn’t able to figure out how to edit after a few hours passed. The edit pencil must go away after X time?
I plan to order and install the MCARBO 10/22 Trigger Spring Kit to my ~33 year old 10/22 Ruger Carbine (mentioned above) that has the swapped out new 10/22 trigger pack installed…then I will compare to the BX trigger pack in my 10/22 TakeDown.