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Now, just about any DA revolver can be tuned to have a great trigger.
Sure you can pay lots of money to "tune" a revolver, but the thing is this is often not needed at all. Firing 500 rounds through a revolver to break it in often smooths up things nicely. Yet, if this does not work you can dry fire the revolver another thousand or so times to get the desired effect, that is if all you want is smooth and a somewhat easier than new trigger pull. Another method you can try that reportedly speeds up this process is to dry fire the revolver after filling the works with whitening tooth paste ( not the type that whitens with peroxide of other chemicals but the type that uses a mild abrasive). Clean it very well once done with this method.
 

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223 Fan,

Well having a Single Action Auto pistols is fine and dandy if that is what you want, but someone asked about revolvers. If someone wants a revolver and wants to get the trigger play to be a bit smoother my guess is you know how to help, so why not add your knowledge on the subject at hand instead of changing to an auto pistol?
All the best,
Glenn B
 

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So ok, a semi auto SA may be faster and smoother, so what? The discussion was about revolvers and trigger/action jobs for them. I don't mind you talking about the SA pistols, don't get me wrong, but I still have to say so what. Some people like to shoot revolvers, for self defense, for hunting, and for competition. Those in competition might be especially interested in a smooter trigger play. You cannot use a SA Auto in a strictlyb revolver competion, can you?
 
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