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Old 05-01-2013, 11:41 PM   #1
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What, if anything, would you do to your gun(s) were it possible or cost effective enough to do so?

I'd have heavier triggers put in. I don't like how light my SAO triggers are. Even with manual safety engaged I feel like they could go off just by looking at them. Obvious exaggeration, but I'm an exaggerana and it makes its point.

Not sure what they are currently being decade old, but came stock with 7.5lb triggers. If that's what they are I want 12-14lb!

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i tend to buy most of my handguns with the features i already want on them.

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i tend to buy most of my handguns with the features i already want on them.
Mine has right features, just wish to alter one of them. Unfortunately, being long since out of production, I've found it impossible to attain what I wish. Future purchases will have this in mind.
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I have a three-screw Ruger Blackhawk .357 Magnum. Either re-bore/re-chamber to .44 Special, or rebarrel to 7 1/2". Case harden frame, re-blue, fancy walnut grips.

Hy Hunter .357 Magnum install Colt type firing pin bushing and Uberti hammer, case harden frame.

Uberti Flat Top .45 Colt, fit Ruger Front sight.

Each of these are more or less already in the works.

Bob Wright


P.S. The Hy Hunter is somewhat oversized for a .357 Magnum. Maybe it ought to be a .44 Magnum or .45 Colt. OR possibly a .38-40? Nah, not a .38-40, as I don't intend to get another set of dies and supply of brass at my stage in life.

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Masterkey to mount on a rail. Nothing like 12gauges of lead for whatever need you may come across

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I have a three-screw Ruger Blackhawk .357 Magnum. Either re-bore/re-chamber to .44 Special, or rebarrel to 7 1/2". Case harden frame, re-blue, fancy walnut grips.

Hy Hunter .357 Magnum install Colt type firing pin bushing and Uberti hammer, case harden frame.

Uberti Flat Top .45 Colt, fit Ruger Front sight.

Each of these are more or less already in the works.

Bob Wright

P.S. The Hy Hunter is somewhat oversized for a .357 Magnum. Maybe it ought to be a .44 Magnum or .45 Colt. OR possibly a .38-40? Nah, not a .38-40, as I don't intend to get another set of dies and supply of brass at my stage in life.
Very cool Bob! That's more like it. Wish I knew as much as you.
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