Ruger No 1 Trigger Replacement 1 lb. Pull
Replaces the factory trigger, transfer bar, and sear with a better, one-piece design. It pivots off the factory sear pivot point instead of the original trigger pivot point, giving a mechanical advantage for lighter pulls and fine adjustment. Take-up (creep) and over travel are fully adjustable. Comes with 2 springs (for older and newer guns) to provide the approximate specified trigger pull. We also have different springs for different pull weights: 1, 1¾, 2½, 3½, and 4½ lbs. Call.
Beats Moyers Trigger - Moyers approach was simply to add back in the adjustments screws that the original Ruger #1 rifles used to have. It's basically a factory trigger with adjustment screws... Better than the factory trigger, but still not great. This new trigger actually changes the pivot points, resulting in leverage that makes it possible to have a much better trigger... Predictable pull weight, crisp release, with adjustable take-up and overtravel.
Beats Kepplinger Trigger - The Kepplinger was a Set-Trigger that relied on the spring tension of the factory trigger. Pull it directly and you'd get the same pull as factory. Push it forward to "SET" position and it would be lighter than factory... But not a predictable weight, take-up, nor overtravel. It's now discontinued. This new Number One trigger gives a predictable pull weight, crisp release, with adjustable take-up and overtravel.
Installation of the Ruger Number One trigger requires a thorough understanding of the Ruger No. 1 Trigger System. You should be familiar with disassembly and re-assembly of the receiver before attempting to install this yourself. Includes instructions. If you wish, we can install this trigger for you for $65 additional charge.