I had a couple of new revolvers that i sent to clark custom a few years ago for a trigger job. After a year or two, i got tired of how they performed and had a trusted local gunsmith restore the revolvers to full power springs as they came from the factory. The best i remember one even had to have a new hammer or sear to fix an unsafe condition--- one that sure didnt exist when i shipped the guns off.
Light strikes, a hammer that could be pushed off while cocked, and being limited to federal primers all lost its appeal to me.
I have had my last trigger job on a handgun.... Your mileage may vary.
"From My Cold Dead Hands!"- Charlton Heston in his Year 2000 speech to the NRA Annual Convention
Last edited by Kentucky Shooter; 10-07-2012 at 22:04..