MPN: 1022-1C-16 / 1022-2C-16 / 1022-3C-16 / 1022-4C-16 / 1022-5C-16 / 1022-6C-16


  • Self-contained drop in design
  • Lightweight 6061-T6 CNC Machined aluminum housing
  • Comes with extended magazine release

This drop in trigger assembly has a silver housing, if you want a black housing trigger assembly, please look at the Timney Ruger 10/22 Black Housing Trigger.


  • Material: Heat Treated Tool Steel Trigger and Sear with 6061-T6 CNC Aluminum Housing
  • Finish: Silver
  • Type: Single Stage
  • Pull Weight: 2.75 lbs.
  • Trigger Style: Curved Trigger


  • Ruger 10/22


The Ruger 10/22 is one of the finest .22 LR semi rifles in America. This rifle has found its niche in target shooting, small-game hunting and other applications that require superior accuracy.

As the owner of one of these rifles, you understand the importance of maintaining it at peak efficiency. Aside from regular cleaning and maintenance, you may need to perform a replacement or upgrade at times. One of these replacement parts could be the trigger.

Why Upgrade To The Timney 10/22 Trigger?

Although small, the trigger of your rifle plays a huge role in its quality. A trigger featuring excessive amounts of creep or overtravel can lead to missed targets, especially during high-stress situations. The Timney 10/22 triggers is one of the best triggers you can purchase. Timney Triggers has been in the business of producing “The World’s Finest Triggers” since its inception in 1946. Throughout its 69 years of existence, the company’s commitment to customers remains the same.

The wire EDM-cut sear, trigger and hammer are made from heat-treated steel for superb strength and longevity. This Timney 10/22 drop-in trigger features an extended magazine release to facilitate simple magazine exchange. Made in the USA from aircraft-grade billet aluminum, this replacement will last you and your rifle for years to come.

The Timney 10/22 Drop-In Trigger comes in a variety of trigger shoe colors: Black, Blue, Red, Gold, Green, and Silver.

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