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My S&W 686 has a pretty strange feel to the trigger. The Smith has a long heavy pull. Then, when the cylinder locks in place, the trigger hits a hard stop. With a few pounds more pressure the trigger snaps and the gun fires. Is it supposed to feel like that?
I compared it to Winds Ruger GP-100. I like that a lot better than the Smith. The Ruger also has a small (very small) catch when the cylinder locks up, but finishing the pull is smooth.
Is what I'm describing normal for a revolver trigger, specifically for a Smith?
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