Heavy trigger cure?
Just got a new Taurus ultralight .38 special with the 2 inch barrell. I really like it, but it feels like it has a 20lb trigger pull on it. My gf couldnt even pull it with just her finger.
Any way to loosen it up a dab? Dont want a hair trigger, but this is pretty tight. HG
I put Wolff springs on a revolver with a heavy trigger. I recommend them highly. They removed the heavy staging of the intial pull and smoothed the entire process.
Did you give it a thorough clean and lube? That might help. It will probably loosen up with use - including dry firing.
Other than that, I'm sure a half decent gun smith could work wonders by cleaning and polishing the innards.
New springs and special lubricants only help a little.
The only thing that'll make a real difference is a good trigger-job by a skilled gunsmith who knows revolver actions well.
If that's the gun you're going to depend upon for social use, by all means employ a professional gunsmith. An action job hereabouts runs about $85 for DA revolvers.
Often times a too light mainspring results in misfires from light hammer blows.
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And its soooo true. LOL HG