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Old February 12, 2012, 08:50 PM   #5
Dfariswheel
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A gunsmith should not charge a great deal to change a S&W trigger.
While you do get cases where the trigger needs some fitting and adjusting, "most" of the time it's a direct drop in fit.

WHAT a gunsmith will charge depends on the going rates locally, and how reasonable the gunsmith is on his charges.

If you'd like to tackle it yourself, all you really need is a copy of the Jerry Kuhnhausen shop manual and a Brownell's Magna-Tip screwdriver set for the S&W revolvers.

The shop manual was written as a training aid for student gunsmiths and shows everything about how to work on the S&W revolvers the FACTORY way.
This is the best S&W gunsmithing info available and the best money a S&W owner can spend. It goes into great detail on fitting new parts like triggers:

http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=2...-A-SHOP-MANUAL

http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=4...-W-SCREWDRIVER
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