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Short Stroking a trigger

November 22 2005 at 5:45 AM
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SylvesterRT  (Login SylvesterRT)

 
I am new to PPC, I have a 686 that after shooting a few times for PPC I want to have tweeked. I was able to handle a .38 that had the action stroked so it was a shorter trigger pull for DA. Can that be done on any DA revolver? And a follow up to the same question what all is involved do I need to replace my innards on the 686 or will the gunsmith modify whats already in it?

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686 Revovler

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December 7 2005, 9:04 AM 

Hey Sy,
Well you got the right revolver. Do you know if it is an old 686 or a new one with mim part? Where are you located? My smith has been able to do great things with my guns? Either post back here or send me an e-mail at ppcmaster@njppc.org

 
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Sylvester
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Trigger Work

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October 9 2006, 10:33 PM 

I appricate the offer I have a great local smith and had a primary and back up PPC gun Built around 586 frames. Also since I located this forum my agency has established a team and are in the final stages of getting orginized and the logistics worked out.


 
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