Now I can't find where in the catalog I saw that reference! I believe I was thinking of what you were describing in your reply. Is it pretty simple to replace the trigger, where I could do it myself, or would I need to take it to a smithy? (I grew up around cars and machines, so am pretty good w/ tools). What exactly would it involve to replace it?
I'm not sure if I even want to do it, it was just a thought. The pull does seem a bit long, but not un-workable.
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