Its a fairly easy do it yourself job.....Is it worth my time and money to send it to the Performance Center at S&W for a Master Revolver Action Package or am I going to see the results in just breaking it in?
I'd wait til it's broken in. You can also dry-fire it with snap-caps (unless it's ok to do it without - but find out first!). That'll smooth it out - see how it feels then. Why spend money when you may get the same result with simple use?Is it worth my time and money to send it to the Performance Center at S&W for a Master Revolver Action Package or am I going to see the results in just breaking it in?
I installed a Wilson aping kit in mine in about 10 minuets. All you need is a screwdriver. Watch a couple youtube videos before you do it and you will be good to go. My trigger went from 12 to about 9 pounds.Has anyone installed one of these spring kits IN A S&W 638? Or should I just break it in with use? I've noticed an improvement after a box or so of ammo but the pull is hard.
Being a reloader, I plan to shoot hundreds, if not thousands of low powered practice loads through this gun.
Maybe I should just shoot it for a while and see what happens. (We shoot bowling pins at my club.:danceban
Fun little gun, btw.