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I have a nice Browning .22 lever action which belonged to my father. I haven't shot it much, but decided to break it out and use it. Nice little rifle. Light and handy with a short lever throw. Now the question. Can the trigger be worked on by a gunsmith and slicked up some? The trigger is a little stiff compared to my bolt action rifles. Advice would be appreciated. :confused:
 

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I have one also, and I agree the trigger is the worst part of the gun. Due to the design I'm not sure much can be done to it other than polishing the sear and some of the other contact points.
Have you tried posting your question in the Browning section of Rimfire Central? There are a lot of knowledgable BL-22 owners over there.
Good luck!
 

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Same here Kermit, I have a BL-22, but have never messed with the trigger, although never struck me that it was bad. My brother and I got the gun when we were young and never thought to question the trigger, and now I guess it's something we're used to.
 
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