How to adjust your "RTK" trigger

Clear your Pistol

Ruger

Kel-tec

Taurus

How to install

 

 

 

 

 

 

a
If YES go to next step.
If NO, back out lower set screw.
Repeat

Slowly move the trigger forward: you should hear two reset clicks. If you do, go to next step.
If not, screw top set screw in, clockwise.
Repeat
a
Rack the slide. Will it fire?



Hold trigger back. Rack slide.



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a

a
Adjust lower set screw until you find the point where it just fires. Then back out one full turn. Counterclockwise

Let trigger forward slowly.
Unscrew top set screw until second reset point comes and goes. Then screw in one full turn. Clockwise

After adjusting, unscrew "2" full turns, put a drop of loctite on the threads and screw in "2" full turns.
Retest

You have eliminated too much take-up.

You have eliminated too much over-travel.

The set screws were not secured properly with Loctite.
A
Set screws use a .050" Allen key.
a
Rack slide, pull trigger very slowly.
Note distance from bottom set screw
 to stock.

Hold trigger back. Rack slide.




Set screws MUST be secured with "Blue Loctite" (Blue Loctite is removable with heat -
hair dryer type heat, not soldering iron
type heat.)

If you have a failure to reset.

If you have a failure to fire.

If everything started off fine and after
firing X# of rounds you have failure to
fire or failure to reset.

These pistols were made real "sloppy" by the factory so that shooters who wanted to fire a couple hundred rounds at a session and get their pistol smoking hot, would not have a misfire.  When you tighten up your pistols with my triggers you can expect heat to effect your adjustments.

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