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Old 05-12-2014, 01:58 PM   #1
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i am gonna get new springs for my service six, wolf carries the trigger spring with either reduced power 14# or x power 17# hammer spring. which one should i get? thanks



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Old 05-12-2014, 03:31 PM   #2
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i am gonna get new springs for my service six, wolf carries the trigger spring with either reduced power 14# or x power 17# hammer spring. which one should i get? thanks
If I was ordering i'd get 1 of each-


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thanks, i'm getting the hammer and trigger spring from wolf. i've checked numric and i can get all the other springs except the cylinder latch spring. do you think i should get the other springs? or just certain ones? also what other parts might wear? i don't shoot much but want to make sure i have the most parts that may give me trouble in the future when parts might be hard to get. thanks

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Unless the springs you are replacing are showing signs or wear or corrosion I would shoot the gun for a while. I have had it in the back of my mind to get a trigger kit for my Blackhawk. When I first got the gun I couldn't hit anything with it. Now if it is range of buckshot I will drill it. There is no doubt I can hit a 25 yard NRA smallbore target at 25 yards with the Blackhawk. You know I have never got that trigger job done.

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14. That's what I got for my service six. And mustang custom combat grips, american walnut, fits my hand perfect.

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What prompted you to get new parts? Ive owned a security six for 37 yrs. with no problems,so far. (Hogue monogrips)

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What prompted you to get new parts? Ive owned a security six for 37 yrs. with no problems,so far. (Hogue monogrips)
i just thought some time down the road for me or my son when parts may be hard to get. i know ruger's are tough but parts will be needed some time, might not be me needing them but my son might. thanks
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i just thought some time down the road for me or my son when parts may be hard to get. i know ruger's are tough but parts will be needed some time, might not be me needing them but my son might. thanks
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