Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

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Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby LowKey » 25 Jan 2017 12

Just shipped the trigger assembly from my Ruger Mini 30 Tactical to Brimstone for a trigger job.

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If you're one of the guys that have the skill, tools and confidence to work on your own triggers,
I salute you.

Current trigger pull is between 4.7 and 5.2 lbs, depending on the trigger gauge used.
They say it should take about a week.
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Re: Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby Ranch Dog » 25 Jan 2017 15

Very interesting. How about a report on its return?
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Re: Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby GasGuzzler » 25 Jan 2017 20

I do my own. I'm not a professional so my results are merely really good. I'm not rich so the nearly nothing I spend is good too.
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Re: Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby LowKey » 27 Jan 2017 11

Ranch Dog wrote:Very interesting. How about a report on its return?


Of course!
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Re: Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby akuser47 » 29 Jan 2017 19

Awaiting report, and is this the same brimstone famous for savages and 10/22 trigger work if so I have no doubt it will be safe and gtg +corn
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Re: Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby LowKey » 04 Feb 2017 16

Coming soon.

"Your order #2511 from Brimstone Gunsmithing has shipped."

Pretty quick turnaround.
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Re: Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby LowKey » 06 Feb 2017 15

Mini 30 trigger arrived today from Brimstone. Trigger does feel much lighter.
They say it's 3.25 lbs now. Will test fire within the next couple of days.
Maybe today.

One fitting issue:

The trigger stop screw that was added to the trigger guard interferes a bit with the synthetic stock.
Since I had a dremel and didn't have a shorter stop screw, I dremeled a relief point in the synthetic stock
at the point of contact, and now it fits fine.

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Re: Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby Ranch Dog » 06 Feb 2017 16

That was quick, thanks for the update and looking forward to hear how it works!
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Re: Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby akuser47 » 06 Feb 2017 20

Nice I think this is the same brimstone trigger works. I've talked to before he is fast and does stand up work. He helped guide me on my savage 93BVTS D.I.Y. trigger work and bolt lug polishing I did. Do keep us posted +corn
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Re: Mini-30 Brimstone Trigger Job

Postby Ranch Dog » 06 Feb 2017 23

Hey Lowkey, you ought to give them some feedback on the set screw as most Mini-30s they will receive will probably have a stock like your's. Maybe they could start using a shorter screw.
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