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hello everyone! just bought my first conceal carry over the weekend of the elementary school shooting. there were over 2000 gun sales at the local gun dealer in my city. go figure! lol


anyways, i was searching the internet and found this sight. i was looking into the taurus 817 revolver, the one i bought recently, and was wanting some info on the trigger. i read that the revolver was a good piece, but the trigger was tuff. they were not lying. that sucker is a tuff one.

can anyone direct me to a link on here were they talk about trigger jobs for this gun, or the ultra light 85 models.



any cons to doing this?


thanks!
 

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Welcome here from Oregon.

You might want to check Wolff Springs. They make a spring "pistol pack" for it. Often, just de-burring the trigger assembly and changing out the trigger and hammer springs does wonders. If you don't feel up to it, check what a gunsmith would charge for a trigger job. However, check out his reputation before turning the gun over to him. A bad trigger job can be dangerous.

Another way to smooth up the trigger is to dry fire it about a million times. Just quadruple check that the revolver is unloaded and pull away. Keep it close at hand and when you're watching TV or something similar dry fire it.
 

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