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#180492 - 04/24/17 10:12 PM Re: Action job / trigger job [Re: sw282]
Whitworth
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 Originally Posted By: sw282
bama--Shoot a thousand rds thru it... Keeping count and good

notes...Then ask this question again..


282


If it's heavy and has a lot a creep, it will require a tune up and break-in won't fix it -- it may make it better, but it won't alleviate the problem. Why suffer through a lousy trigger??
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#180512 - 04/26/17 02:44 PM Re: Action job / trigger job [Re: Whitworth]
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I had put well over a thousand rounds through my Bisley Hunter before I sent it off for work and there was no real improvement.

I was also using a lighter return spring which did make the trigger lighter, but actually made the creep feel worse and more gritty. You could feel the roughness of the sear/hammer interface more with the lighter spring.

I now use the next stiffer return spring (40 oz vs 30 oz) after the work was done because it better suits me with the creep removed.

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#180515 - 04/26/17 05:57 PM Re: Action job / trigger job [Re: Yetiman]
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Thanks for the help guys. I sent it off today to Jack Huntington. Seems like a first class individual. I'll let yall know how things turn out in a few weeks.
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#180534 - 04/27/17 08:39 PM Re: Action job / trigger job [Re: bamabow]
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 Originally Posted By: bamabow
Thanks for the help guys. I sent it off today to Jack Huntington. Seems like a first class individual. I'll let yall know how things turn out in a few weeks.
Bamabow


Excellent! You won't be disappointed!
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#180814 - 05/11/17 10:22 AM Re: Action job / trigger job [Re: Whitworth]
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Do you think Huntington would work on my Model 460?
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#180815 - 05/11/17 10:59 AM Re: Action job / trigger job [Re: TN Lone Wolf]
Whitworth
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 Originally Posted By: TN Lone Wolf
Do you think Huntington would work on my Model 460?


Of course! He'll work on your 100 year old Westley Richards double rifle too -- if you have one!
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#180816 - 05/11/17 12:05 PM Re: Action job / trigger job [Re: Whitworth]
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Jack does fantastic work and will turn it around quickly.

New Model Rugers especially have a lot of creep that has to be reduced by someone who knows how. You can't get there with shooting or dry firing.

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