Timney Triggers Introduces Ruger American Gen II Replacement Trigger

Adam Scepaniak
by Adam Scepaniak

The announcement of a Gen II series of rifles for the Ruger American has a lot of people excited because of the affordability and quality distilled into those rifles at such an attainable price-point. If anyone has ever had a complaint though, it was directed at the very plain trigger. So, Timney Triggers understanding this has introduced a Ruger American Gen II replacement trigger to update these newly announced rifles.

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The Timney Triggers Ruger American Gen II replacement trigger has a current MSRP of $169.99, and is made in the USA like all of their triggers. Simple in design yet high in quality, the Ruger American Gen II replacement trigger can be installed by most any shadetree gunsmith and is fully adjustable to each shooter’s exacting preferences. The shortlist of specs for this new trigger as well as a word from Timney can be read below:

  • 2 – 4 Lb Pull Weight (Fully Adjustable)
  • Factory Set at 3 Lb
  • Easy to Install, No Gunsmith Needed
  • Precision Machined from Premium Materials

We asked, “what would you like us to build next?” and the response has been incredible. Thanks to your input, we are thrilled to add the Replacement Trigger for the Ruger American® Gen II Centerfire to our extensive trigger collection.

This self-contained, easy to install trigger reuses the factory safety components that feature a three-position safety to lock the bolt. With the pull weight factory set at 3 lbs., and fully adjustable from 2 to 4 lbs., you can experience an exceptionally smooth, crisp feel at the pull weight you prefer.

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The Timney Triggers Ruger American Gen II replacement trigger is allegedly the “most requested trigger upgrade” as of late. So, they had to give the people what they wanted and produce one. For those in our reading audience, have you already purchased a Ruger American Gen II and would you entertain upgrading the trigger already?… As always, let us know all of your thoughts about Ruger and Timney in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

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Adam Scepaniak
Adam Scepaniak

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  • River_rover River_rover on May 03, 2024

    For a Ruger American plus $170 you can buy a real rifle.

  • Predrag djuric Predrag djuric on May 04, 2024

    What is the advantage of this trigger vs the original Ruger trigger?

    • Will Black Will Black on May 06, 2024

      @predrag djuric When you overspend on something, you subconsciously believe that that thing was worth it, as a coping mechanism. This can sometimes happen before someone purchases the item. Strange, but true.