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I installed a reduced main spring and a #13 rebound trigger spring. I shimmed the trigger and hammer so they are centered and can’t rub on the frame or side cover. First one done. The PO cut the trigger rebound spring. I ‘d rather change it. I can go lighter or stronger, it’s all lubed with moly.
What a sweet action.
 

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I installed a reduced main spring and a #13 rebound trigger spring. I shimmed the trigger and hammer so they are centered and can’t rub on the frame or side cover. First one done. The PO cut the trigger rebound spring. I ‘d rather change it. I can go lighter or stronger, it’s all lubed with moly.
What a sweet action.
I have done similar on a few revolvers but my old Highway Patrolman didnt need to have anything done. Found a cut spring in my model 15 a while back and replaced it with a 14# spring
 

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My m28 trigger frame wear on it. So I measured it for shims. Reblued the trigger wear and she was good then I noticed the trigger rebound spring was cut. So I replaced that too. Then lubed it with moly. Now I’m going to checkout all my used revolvers.
 
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