Not exactly. The D/A pull on a S&W revolver is partially a product of the mainspring. It is also partially a product of the rebound spring. A lighter rebound spring will improve the feel of the trigger pull at the expense of safety. The primary safety in a Smith revolver is the rebound to hammer fit and timing. With the rebound in the forward position, the hammer cannot strike the primer, ever.I will not carry any gun in a fashoin that does not completely cover the trigger. I would never use a clip to carry any gun. And the way I understand it, any time you weaken the trigger pull on a double action revolver you do it by weakening the hammer strike. Definately not something I would consider for a carry gun.