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Old November 28, 2008, 11:29 AM   #2
dahermit
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Not sure what you are asking.

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Just recieved '73 Model 28-2 single action trigger pull seems regular like another I had, however when thumb-cocked the trigger is extremely light with what seems like a millimeter of travel to fire gun. Great for targets but would appreciate your knowledgeable thoughts on the subject. Thank you & happy belated Thanksgiving.
"Great for targets but..." Not sure what you are asking. IF you are asking, "Is it too light for self defense?", then you are asking the wrong question. Single action should not be used for self defense. Practice double-action shooting with it until you become proficient and confident with it. Single action trigger pull in all Smiths is very light. This is the short answer, could go on and on as to why you should use only double-action with a double-action revolver.
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