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Can a Ruger pistol trigger be fixed?

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by eastwood44mag, Jul 19, 2006.

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  1. eastwood44mag

    eastwood44mag Member

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    P90 with a spongy trigger. Long SA pull, lots of creep, just nasty as all get out.

    Since it's a SA/DA trigger, I know it won't be as crisp as a 1911, but does it have to be so terrible? Is it something that can be repaired, or am I stuck with it (I don't plan on doing it myself)?

    Thanks.
     
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    A good gunsmith can make the trigger better for sure. You are not stuck with it the way it is. New springs and polishing the internals will make a noticeable improvement.
     
  3. Jamie B

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    With the the long link between the trigger and hammer in Ruger autos, I don't believe that much can be done.

    Look carefully at lower poundage hammer springs.
    I don't remember what I put in my P89, but is helped.
    Look at the Wolff springs for your model, and they show OEM and optional poundage offerings.

    Jamie
     
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    Nuts! Double post.
     
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