Not as lite as a Bill Springfield job but. Years ago I started using a lub called Tetra Lube that is a olibased ploymer firearms lub. Its just great stuff. I have two new FAL carbines from DSA and they both have heavy scratchy triggers in them. I decided what the heck an proceded to lube down the return spring and most importantly the hammer front and back along with the enternals. I let the lube run dowm the front and back of he trigger and then cycles the bolt.
Both buns were a little lighter on the trigger pull but THE CREEP and SCRCTCHY FEEl were gone. I mean smooth as wet glass. I have done Glocks and other rifles in the past this way but it made a real difference in the FAL.
Originally Posted By trwoprod: Does anyone make a decent two stage trigger for them yet?
JARD makes a two stage trigger set for the FAL. Don't know how good it is.
valheru21:"The argument, "this gun won't go down in value," is used to convince the wife that you are not making a bad financial decision when purchasing a firearm. You're not ACTUALLY supposed to ever sell the gun." Matt