Hello there, I have some issues with my ruger gp 100: I have a very light trigger pull (single&double action) with 3 replacement springs. But when I am shooting, after 10 single action shots, the trigger pull spikes beyond infinity.
This happened before i installed the springs too. I hoped to solve this problem It feels like i arrived at the trigger stop and still need a little bit of way.... i opend the gun, checked for dirt etc, reinstalled everything and got my light pull back. BUT after some shots it comes again. I tried out to dry fire 20 times double action and the problem was gone.
To conclude: after some shots, something jams by recoil or heat and my trigger pull is close to impossible (beyond every cheap gun you could imagine) After cooling down/opening/double action dryfire, problem is solved for another few rounds.
Do you ever had a problem like this? Thanks fo your help guys
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Let your trigger return "fully-to-reset" when shooting. Otherwise the action will "cramp or stack" with the internal parts loading. That's my "guess". The revolver doing what you describe in single-action operation seems very odd. Unless the trigger is being held from completing "reset"
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