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Ruger 22/45 Trigger and Bolt Stop Disassembly

1. Field Strip the gun.

2. Locate the Trigger Pivot Retainer (looks like a bent paper clip that the red arrow is pointing to in

Fig. 1)

paper clip that the red arrow is pointing to in Fig. 1) 3. Using the back

3. Using the back of 2 small drill bits, press down on the Trigger Pivot retainer as close to the trigger

as you can and while holding the retainer down, push out the Trigger Pivot pin (Fig. 2)

retainer as close to the trigger as you can and while holding the retainer down, push

4.

Rotate the trigger and disconnector assembly out of the trigger guard. You may have to wiggle the

disconnecter assembly to get it to release from the sear. (Fig. 3)

assembly to get it to release from the sear. (Fig. 3) 5. The trigger will now

5. The trigger will now slip off the end of the disconnector assembly and the trigger spring and

plunger will probably fall out so don't loose them.

6. Rotate the bolt stop assembly to where the hole of the trigger pin is sticking out of the hole to the

trigger guard (Fig. 4 red circle). With a little wiggling the assembly will come out. Be careful not to let the small plunger and spring to fall out of the side of the bolt stop button, it is small and hard to find on the floor.

the small plunger and spring to fall out of the side of the bolt stop button,

Ruger 22/45 Trigger and Bolt Stop Assembly

1. Insert the Bolt stop assembly by lining up the finger button with the hole, have the other end

sticking out of the trigger guard. (Fig. 4)

the other end sticking out of the trigger guard. (Fig. 4) 2. Rotate the bolt stop

2. Rotate the bolt stop assembly clockwise and let the end of the assembly rest inside the grip, there

is a small groove it sits in.

3. Insert the spring and plunger into the vertical hole on top of the trigger.

4. Insert the round end of the of the disconnector assembly into the top horizontal hole on the trigger

and rotate the trigger so the plunger is being held in by the bar sticking out of the disconnector

assembly. (Fig. 5 red circle)

the trigger so the plunger is being held in by the bar sticking out of the

5. Rotate the trigger and disconnector assembly counter clockwise and into the trigger guard. (Fig. 5 red arrow) If the bolt stop is not resting in the grip or is still sticking out of the guard, the trigger will not go in all the way.

6. Insert trigger pin. The notch in the pin should be on the opposite side of the bolt stop

assembly. (Fig. 6 red arrow) Some wiggling of the trigger is usually needed to get the pin properly aligned.

trigger is usually needed to get the pin properly aligned. 7. The pin will go most

7. The pin will go most of the way in except a little bit (Fig. 7 red circle). You need to push

down on the Trigger Pivot retainer, like you did in the disassembly step 4, and push the pin

until it is flush with the frame.

step 4, and push the pin until it is flush with the frame. 8. Using the

8. Using the back of a small drill bit (without holding down the trigger pivot retainer) push the

pin farther into the grip until a "click" is heard. This means the pin is locked in by the retainer and should not vibrate out.

9. Assemble the gun as normal.