I would like to get a very nice trigger job on a SS GP for the single Ruger forum I found the IBOK for the GP on Google (GP IBOK). I received the GP pdf this morning. I found the IBOK so helpful thought I should bump it back up so others could keep seeing it. There is a great resource called the GP IBOK that is a must have the original author had to remove it due to copywrite claims but you can.
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The info for the SP is pretty much the same. If you slip off the plunger it will launch so be careful. A good compromise is a 12 lb mainspring.
This reduces hammer thrust and prevents the hammer from seating with the trigger exactly the same for each shot. The tip of inok plunger snaps into a hole in the frame, just behind the trigger guard and inside the grip frame.
Remove the pawl spring and plunger. Be careful with this step because if you slip off, the spring and seat will launch under considerable force. The Safariland duty type holsters are nice but the retention is a little much for my taste.
I picked up a brand spankin new GP today. Normally, GPs tend to carry-up a bit early. As for ammo, they’re bore sighted with gr at the factory, so that tends to be the best shooter. Place the mainspring seat on the strut and secure it with the pg100 pin.
The spring loaded hammer dog part 65 is picked up by the trigger cam extension in DA. The sear is designed to hold the hammer cocked in the SA mode. Their revolvers are due for the iboo type of improvement. See photo on page Ibko worn or out of spec trigger plunger part 48 or cylinder latch part 6 will cause late initial timing. When pushed in all the way, the firing pin should protrude. The hammer strut is a stamped part that typically has very sharp edges.
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As the trigger is released: The trigger part 68 and trigger plunger part 48 will fall out. If the hammer pushes off, you will need to repair the sear or replace the hammer part 64 or trigger part You’d have to cast free lead, have free cases, and really get a good deal on primers and powder. A few thousandths play is normal.
In the case of. You will lose a token amount of velocity, typically fps for a magnum load. Lastly I took my 5″ to the range recently and made a video review of sorts and threw a hundred rounds of grn hand hp100 Keith Bearfucker. I dressed most of the mating surfaces and I must say that even without shimming and spring replacement the action has improved significantly. Wed Gp1000 05, 2: Use a fine file to dress the tips. Watch the cylinder latch from the right side as you begin cocking the hammer.
Ease the hammer down until it stops.
When the hammer strikes the transfer bar and in turn the transfer bar strikes the firing pin, the firing pin will be driven considerably farther than one would think. Insert the slotted end of the ejector rod with the short slot up, into the crane and cylinder hole. They also made a redhawk in. Ruger has made significant improvements in many of their designs, such as the Mini, which used to suffer from accuracy problems. The adjustable rear sights are the same as most other Ruger revolvers and are click-adjustable for both windage and elevation.
Transfer bar, hammer vp100 firing pin relationship: All in all though, not bad accuracy. Thanks very much Iowegan I was impressed with the way she handled the error.
It’s incredibly comprehensive and gp10 helpful for understanding how everything works! If side play is excessive, a new cylinder latch part 6 may be needed.
Check the Ruger forum for additional work by Iowegan on various Ruger firearms at http: Send a private message to Greybeard7. Remove the trigger link plunger. Thanks for your comment and you made a great choice for a hunting revolver.
Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. There are certainly none as sturdy! It works so good I bought the 2 pound tub. A fine file will work well to remove burrs or high spots. It looks much better and is much easier to g;100 and follow. If you decide not to disassemble the cylinder, move on to the Frame topic.