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Old 01-23-2013, 03:23 PM   #21
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here she is......
Sights that you can actually see! What a concept!
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one of the main reasons i went to the pro series. the gun has great sights, cut for moon rings, and craftsmanship seems very solid. i've only had it awhile, but i am a fan so far....

boy, the trigger is stout though...as are 357's out of this little guy....
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one of the main reasons i went to the pro series. the gun has great sights, cut for moon rings, and craftsmanship seems very solid. i've only had it awhile, but i am a fan so far....

boy, the trigger is stout though...as are 357's out of this little guy....
The cure for the stout trigger is playing with the main spring and rebound spring as well as a general internal smoothing. The cure for stout recoil from .357 rds. is grips that fit. Pachmayr Decelerator grips work pretty well for me, but I still don't shoot full power .357 through mine very much.
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The cure for the stout trigger is playing with the main spring and rebound spring as well as a general internal smoothing. The cure for stout recoil from .357 rds. is grips that fit. Pachmayr Decelerator grips work pretty well for me, but I still don't shoot full power .357 through mine very much.
thanks for the tips. as time & funds allow, i will certainly consider both suggestions.
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