Trigger Spring "Flip" for Buck Marks???
I've heard, but not seen, that by simply flipping the trigger spring around in a Buck Mark 22LR, you can reduce the trigger pull by half.
Man - U are just behind the curve, aren't U...
U needa go hand out at Rimfire Central for all that kinda info...
Here is what U want - go to post #52:
I know... Everybody says go look there! Now, finally... the POST!
I did this myself - even "I" could do it.
I love it. Now I just need the over-travel screw!!!!
PS... I also bumped the scope forward (duh) so I can leave it attached to the scope base when I take off the barrel. Time to sight it back in...
Last night I was at the range (pre-trigger spring flip) and there were two guys shooting a 45 next to me, slow fire. (Groups at 7M somewhere in the 12-18" size range...) I ran out my bullseye to 7M and pounded 10 rounds of 22 into a 4" group in about 3-4 seconds.
Swapped over to my XD9SC, and emptied 10 rounds into the same group in about 5 seconds.
Practice, practice, practice..
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