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    Re: Trigger pull lightening?

    I have found that 13# is the lowest that I would go, using the stock main spring. If you go much lighter. the trigger won't return properly or may not have the strength to fully cock the stock main spring. You would have to get a lighter main spring. (NOT a safe idea, IMO.)

    If you use the gun for CCW, it might be a good idea to leave the trigger pull on the heavy side. You don't want an accidental discharge to occur, during a 'situation'. Remember....you are liable. Bob
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    Re: Trigger pull lightening?

    Thanks, guys.. I appreciate the info. :thumbup:







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    Re: Trigger pull lightening?

    Quote Originally Posted by be;;yscraper
    Who in Southern California or the L.A. area knows how to lighten the pull of my pistol trigger? I would like around an 3lb trigger pull on my 625 mountain gun and is this possible with a revolver?
    Belly,

    A 3lbs Single Action trigger is gonna be twitchy if not done properly. It is possible, but if too much stoning is done at the wrong angle, "push-off" will occur wherein the hammer can be pushed off the SA engagement by hand.

    As far as your original question, this outfit, King's Gun Works in Glendale is renown for their work.

    http://www.kingsgunworks.com/

    Good Luck.

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