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#6346786 - 06/24/16 08:22 PM Trigger work for Super Red Hawk
Blood Trail Offline

Registered: 04/23/09
Posts: 377
Loc: Fort Worth
I'm in the Fort Worth area. Can anyone recommend a good gunsmith to work the trigger on my SRH?
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#6346923 - 06/24/16 10:10 PM Re: Trigger work for Super Red Hawk [Re: Blood Trail]
Tactical Cowboy Offline
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Registered: 08/23/11
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Loc: Abilene
You can to a number on the trigger by installing a lighter spring kit. Should cost less than $15 and there are plenty of videos on YouTube to guide you through it.
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#6347030 - 06/25/16 03:12 AM Re: Trigger work for Super Red Hawk [Re: Blood Trail]
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Larry Pockrus in Ponder dies excellent trigger work. I've used him for trigger work a couple of times. That being said, it is my understanding that Ruger revolver triggers are very easy to DIY.
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