I recently bought a new Ruger 1022. I had sold off most of my weapons in 2019, preparing to move, including my lovely old Walnut stocked 1977 Ruger 1022. I should NOT have sold that.
>There is a Cowboy song I heard, which says, "Never sell your guitar or your saddle..." I'd add your 1022 to this list. You'll miss it, and you'll have to get another one.
>So I did, and soon I found the M-Carbo video on how to improve your 1022 trigger. I watched that video several times, even though it's so blurry it gave me a headache. But M-Carbo CEO explains the workings of that trigger assembly very well, and I wanted to learn something.
>I bought the 1022 trigger spring kit. It wasn't the same as what's in the video, but I learned enough from the video that I had no real problems. In my kit, there was no little dowel for the re-assembly process, but I was able to snip a workable substitute out of a Q-tip and use it as described in the video. Using that, I followed the steps, polished the contact points as shown and re-assembled my trigger with the new springs without fuss.
>My new trigger feels better. So I rate this product highly. My only suggestion would be to reshoot the video, using a better camera mounted on a solid tripod. The instructions are very well done, but you don't want to give your customer a headache from blurry visuals.