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gilfo
January 4, 2011, 06:14 PM
Just ordered a kit for the SP101. Question is does it come with installation instructions. I know IBOK has detailed instructions but this is the only thing I plan on doing to the SP101 so I don't want to order the book. The video on you tube is not the greatest, is there any other videos out there to walk me through it. Seems easy enough but sometimes I have trouble tying my shoes under stress

Recoiljunky
January 12, 2011, 09:13 PM
If I'm correct you are talkin about the wieght reduction spring for the hammer and If I'm also correct it's the same as the super redhawks, this is what I did. remove grip, cock hammer put pin in hole at bottom of spring guide, release hammer, wiggle springand guide out, carfully remove pin you placed in the guide, swap spring, compress spring into guide with hands and insert pin, place it back in the gun faceing the same way you took it out, cock hammer remove pin, install grip, test it out.

Hope this helps
Steve

GunCat
January 12, 2011, 10:12 PM
Does your kit also have the trigger return spring?

After removing the hammer spring you can then remove the hammer pin and hammer. Next take out the trigger guard and trigger/transfer bar. The trigger return spring is contain in the trigger guard by a pin. That spring is easy enough to see and understand how to replace once the trigger guard is out of the frame.

chucky222
January 14, 2011, 12:04 PM
Just slightly tricky when re-installing the hammer & hammer strut. You just have to hold your mouth just right.:p
But yes, mine came w/instr.

webbee
January 15, 2011, 12:33 AM
You just have to hold your mouth just right.

Now that struck me as funny...and true.

MW surveyor
January 15, 2011, 06:15 AM
Nah, just have to remember which way you took it out. Hint, put it back in the same way.

I've replaced the springs on my SP101 and would suggest that you not change the original return spring if you like to fire rapidly. The original seems to work OK with the lighter hammer springs.