1. Check to make sure gun is unloaded.
2. First place a drop of oil on the end of the screw driver to make removing the butt pad easier. Next place the screw driver into the butt pad and remove the two screws in the butt pad.
3. Next, using a long hex drive remove the bolt that is inside the stock. Then pull off the stock. The trigger and action should look similar to the picture shown on the left.
4. With a punch and a hammer remove the roll pins holding the trigger guard and also the trigger pivot pin. These pins are shown on the left with the arrows.
5. Next, remove the safety bar and pivot pin with a punch and hammer. Also, remove the safety detent spring with a punch and hammer and remove the spring. As shown in the pictures on the left.
6. Then, remove the sear pivot pin from the receiver and take out the old Ruger No. 1 Trigger.
7. Take the Jard trigger and remove the screws from unit; clean them using break cleaner and apply loctite provided. Screw the screws back into the Jard trigger.
8. The Jard trigger replaces the factory trigger, transfer bar, and sear. It pivots off the factory sear pivot point. (No pin will be in the factory pivot point when finished.)
9. Place the JARD Trigger and the spring provided back into the receiver. Place the spring in the spring hole shown on the left. Then using a punch and a hammer put in the trigger pivot pin.
10. Next, place the safety bar pivot pin into the receiver and put in the pin with a punch and a hammer.
11. Then place the trigger guard into the receiver and using a punch and hammer put in the two trigger guard roll pins.
12. Put in the safety detent pin into the receiver with a punch and hammer as shown on the picture on the left. Also put on the safety detent spring.
13. Turn in the sear engagement screw until the hammer drops, then back off the screw until a safe amount of sear engagement is present. Also adjust the overtravel screw so it stops the trigger with only a slight amount of travel after hammer release. Adjust the safety screw to function in a safe manner.
14. Next, reinstall the stock by using a long hex drive tighten the bolt that is inside the stock.
15. First place a drop of oil on the end of the screw driver to make putting on the butt pad easier. Next place the screw driver into the butt pad and tighten the two screws in the butt pad.
16. Perform safety and function checks.
17. Allow the loctite to dry 24 hours before using the weapon.
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