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Old November 7, 2012, 12:14 AM   #11
JohnKSa
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Be sure to thoroughly test the gun in DOUBLE-ACTION, including some rapid fire if any springs are replaced.

Firing double-action on most revolvers results in a slightly lighter hammer strike than when firing single-action.

Replacing the trigger return spring can cause issues for some shooters in rapid-fire since a less positive trigger return can increase the tendency for some shooters to short stroke the trigger.
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