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Old July 5, 2005, 12:41 AM   #1
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Taurus 627 trigger pull

Have a Taurus tracker 627 in .357 and am totally a newbie. I had a few instructors and officers shoot it the other night and they ALL made comments on the very light trigger pull. Is this something I can adjust on the gun , or should I take it in? After they all made this comment, I did notice that when shooting it single action, it doesn't take much to set it off, but I don't notice it shooting it double action. Just wondering if anyone knows about the model and if it's user friendly enough for me to adjust the trigger at home. thanks guys
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Old July 5, 2005, 01:37 AM   #2
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you might get more responses in the revolver forum. It sounds fine. In single action you will have a lighter pull. Good for hunting and accuracy at the range.
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