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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by Deltaboy1984, Mar 24, 2019.
A heavy trigger on a short barreled pistol is going to be a problem.
Carried mine in my back pocket for years when I was on the LAPD. I don't go anywhere now in retirement without it.
My Ruger SP 101 Spurless (double action only) has a very heavy trigger pull, but I kinda like it like that.
It's never been a problem and even though it's a very short barrel revolver it's amazingly accurate.
Problem is I wouldn't carry it even as a backup...only 5 shots and it's heavy as a S.S. boat anchor......but purty.
I going to get this one worked on cause I have a 1968 Charter Undercover that got a way better Trigger!
Dry fire is your friend with these.
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Does this gun needs snap caps?
I got some snap caps and I still have to use my middle finger to dry fire it!
I've carried the version with the shrouded hammer for the better part of thirty years. Mine has Barami ClipDraw grips with TylerT grip on it. It's been carried so much that it isn't purty anymore. I'll snap a pic of it later as it's laying on the dresser UP stairs and I'm DOWN stairs right now.
Looking forward to seeing it!
Give me a few minutes...