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Old 10-09-2012, 13:17   #21
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<-------big believer in reducing friction instead of spring weight.
This.

And it takes much less "fixing/grinding/polishing than most "Bubba's" think it does. A little bit, in the RIGHT place and manner, is all it takes.
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Old 10-09-2012, 13:21   #22
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Okay, I DO run an 18.5 lb spring in my BHP clone.
So there.
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Old 10-09-2012, 16:32   #23
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what do you guys use for lube on revolver internals that sticks around a while?
Red synthetic grease. I forget the brand, but it may be Wilson.
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Old 10-09-2012, 21:09   #24
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hopefully plates easy to take off so i can open it up and lube it
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Old 10-10-2012, 13:46   #25
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If you force it, nothing bad will happen.
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Old 10-10-2012, 19:23   #26
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If you force it, nothing bad will happen.

That's what she said.



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Old 10-11-2012, 07:44   #27
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hopefully plates easy to take off so i can open it up and lube it
Be careful. Do NOT pry the sideplate off!!!!

Scratches, dings are just two things that COULD happen.
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Old 10-11-2012, 10:11   #28
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Be careful. Do NOT pry the sideplate off!!!!

Scratches, dings are just two things that COULD happen.
think ill have my gunsmith do it and let me watch so if i gotta do it again i will
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hopefully plates easy to take off so i can open it up and lube it
Tap it gently with a nylon hammer and it will come right off.

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If you force it, nothing bad will happen.
I have seen my share of forced side plates.
You can force a Ruger plate, or a Taurus place. Doing that to a Smith or Colt should get a person pistol whipped repeatedly.
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Old 10-12-2012, 18:29   #30
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If you don't know how to to a Smith trigger job,,, don't mess with it.

If you understand the action be it a new MIM or old school martial pistol. A stone and trigger return spring will make the pistol's trigger near flawless. They can be tuned for staging, smooth draw, introduce stack, break like glass or mushy like a Glock.

If the pistol is a fighting weapon leave the main spring stock if not a tad heavy. And NEVER mod, cut, grind the strain screw. NEVER!!!!

My 686P and the wife's 60 Pro. Both are fighting weapons and accurate. Truth be known,,, I like her 60 Pro. It is full out thunder in your fist and very accurate. In my hands full house .357's and near butter. Every time I shoot it I look at my 686P with just a tad of disgust. The little J frame impresses the heck out of me! While a J frame will never have a trigger as good as a K,L,N framed weapon by design and 1 to 2 less rounds. It's a tight in your face .357.

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