Anyway, I bought the gun. The trigger pull was light as was the hammer pull. Operated beautifully with snap caps. Wouldn’t ignite cartridges with CCI primers even 50% of the time. I disassembled it. He had cut one leg off the trigger spring and at least 4 coils of the hammer spring. I called Ruger and got the springs replaced. I sold that gun one day as I never shot it much. Still kicking myself for that. Anyway, the reason I mentioned this is if you have someone do a spring job for you, get the details on what they are doing and insist on quality spring replacements, not cutting up existing springs. Springs are fairly inexpensive to replace. Buy quality ones.