I'm planning on picking up a Ruger SP101 .22 revolver and would like to get the trigger worked on. Can anyone suggest a good gunsmith for Ruger revolvers?
This is a discussion on Ruger Revolver Trigger Work? Can anyone suggest a gunsmith? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm planning on picking up a Ruger SP101 .22 revolver and would like to get the trigger worked on. Can anyone suggest a good gunsmith ...
I don't know about the .22 version, but on the center fire Ruger revolvers I just switch out the trigger spring for a lighter one. I have noticed that generally speaking the action on Ruger revolvers is pretty smooth right from the factory, it's just a bit heavy. Changing the spring and just shooting it has always worked for me.
These guys are endorsed by Jack Weigand. Jack stopped taking new work years ago, but he was the man for SP101s. https://www.geminicustoms.com/ I believe Gemini does all the same work that Weigand offered when he was still taking work.
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