Triger Pull in Ruger 44 Carbine


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Flynt
September 1, 2009, 03:28 PM
I picked up a 1981-vintage Ruger 44 carbine at a gunshow this weekend. One question to all you veteran Ruger carbine owners: The trigger acts more like a military trigger than any civilian firearm I've owned. It's like a 2-stage; you take up the slack, then there's a little creep, and bam. It this typical? Can it be improved with a trigger job? Thanks.

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rcmodel
September 1, 2009, 04:40 PM
I don't believe I would mess with it any further then cleaning and some Gun-Slick graphite or moly grease.

If you screw something up working on it, repair parts are going to be few & far between!

rcs

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