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Yeah, you're right.
That's why I mentioned that all I did to my Rugers was deburr and polish, and left the springs and everything else the way it came. The triggers are slick as glass, although still measure a respectable pull weight.

However, most people would rather have a light trigger, than an ultra-smooth heavy one, and that requires more than just a polish job. I don't know about anywhere else, but the gunsmith at the shop I frequent charges $50 for a good revolver trigger job. Not quite "lots of money".

But if you don't want to spend the money to have someone do it, and don't want to disassemble the thing and polish it yourself, then yeah, throw in some snap caps and pull the trigger 1,000 times, and you'll have a much better trigger.
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