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Posted: 6/21/2003 10:37:11 AM EDT
im jus curious as to what kinda work is involved in "working" a revolver trigger..i have a M85 Taurus its double & single action, jus curious as to who would you all recommend, and if its worth it , etc. i see the benes with it on ARs jus curious bout revolvers..thanks in advance.
Link Posted: 6/21/2003 6:01:04 PM EDT
First of all, do NOT do it yourself or even attempt to. That's a perfect way of shooting yourself in your foot, or worse.

Find the gunshops in your area & call them & ask them who they'd recommend for that particular gun. A good 'smith for a 1911 may not be the one for the Taurus & vice versa.

When you find one, try to let him dry fire one he's already done so you can have a feel for his work. Be prepared to pay $50-75 for a decent trigger job. Replacement springs from Wolff will run you around $12-15.

Hope this helps.
Link Posted: 6/21/2003 6:56:00 PM EDT
thanks,,that is what i was kinda figuring,,ill see if sum shops have done revolvers.
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