was at the range doing some 100 yard plinking with my .22 Friend has the same rifle as me, except he has a 8-32x vs my 3-9x, and I have a bipod. After a while he wanted to try my bipod.. since he doesn't have swivel studs, we swapped stocks. Every other shot on his and the trigger wasn't working. We wrote it off as the triggers being different (his gun is a 1985, mine's a 1988 model) We swap trigger assemblies and his is now fine... When we're doing shooting, we put everything back on our own rifles. I shoot mine to make sure the trigger is ok.. same thing as when the trigger was on his gun. Every other shot doesn't shoot. I turn the gun sideways (muzzle still pointing down range) and give a few clicks... nothing. Now I angle the muzzle up some to get a look at the action.. click click BANG. Right through the fucking roof @ the range. Luckily it was .22LR and not a real round... someone might have noticed. It's amazing how we sometimes forget the importance of rule #1. ibdeservedflames.