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trigger job ?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by moooose102, Dec 7, 2008.

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  1. moooose102

    moooose102 Member

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    can a gunsmith do a trigger job on a sa/da semi-auto pistol? i have 3, after yanking on the triggers with a scale:what:, want to drop the pull about in 1/2 if possible. i knew they were fairly stiff to begin with, but i didnt think they were as bad as they are. i really am not so concerned with the da pull, as much as the sa pull.
     
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    What pistol are you refering to?
     
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    taurus 24/7, walther p22, and it would be nice on my ruger lcp.
     
  4. jocko

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    MOOOOSE 102: about the only thing you can do on the lcp is to go try the kt hammer springs which are less poundage and would reduce trigger pull but can't do anything about the trigger length.

    The only complaint I ever had with the kt hammer springs were that I had 3 break on me, and to compare them to the lcp hammer springs, there is a difference in over all thickness of the lcp over the kt, hence lcp have alittle higher trigger pull. Not much help I know but you could certaily try the kt springs..

    Just can't go to lite or you will get lite strikes.
     
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