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Has anyone used this fella for trigger work recently? He has a great reputation, I just wanted to get a quick update:

Bill Springfield at 4135 Cricket Ct. in Colorado Springs

Please advise asap.

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I've never personally done business with him, so I can't bad mouth the man...almost did (contacted him via email pertaining my HK), but had a change of heart after searching/reading a few threads on HK PRO about his work. Matter of fact, there's currently a thread running now on that site about his craftsmanship. Check it out!

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I had him do a 10/22 trigger group and an AR fcg.

The 10/22 was jerky and heavy, now it's much smoother. I wish it broke cleaner, it just falls as the trigger is pulled to the rear with no real breaking point. It's like a DAO revolver.

The AR trigger is much better than stock. No take-up, breaks clean.
 

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I don't understand the above post.

How does it get "cleaner" if there is no break at all?
 

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Yeah, that didn't look right.

I meant to say that the trigger pull weight is light, but feels a bit like it cams over. It's subtle, but it's noticeable.
 
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