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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State of Discombobulation Posts: Locate the plunger tip and push it gl100 with a screwdriver or other tool while pulling downward lightly on the trigger guard.

A very nice contribution to the hobby of shooting. Triggerjob GP – Ruger Forum said. I think they are great revolvers. Thanks for an outstanding article!

You can look in the frame slot just in front of the hammer and see the relationship of the SA sear.

You can accomplish a good cleaning without taking the internal cylinder parts out. Primarily, the different variations have to do with barrel length, barrel shroud, sights, and grips. Trigger moves to the rear raising the transfer bar slightly.

Transfer bar is pulled down. Tue Dec 04, 1: Look for chatter marks in the bore where the rifling is interrupted. To reinstall, place the springs in the pre-drilled holes. The assembly contains the trigger, cylinder latch, transfer bar, pawl, and their associated springs, plungers and pins. The bore diameter is typically very uniform at.

I was surprised that after talking to her in the afternoon, my new sight arrived the next day. Be careful with this step because if you slip off, the spring and seat will launch under considerable force. The sear is designed to ibo the hammer cocked in the SA mode.


The sight plunger part 38 and spring part 39 can be removed if necessary by pushing the plunger forward with a stiff wire from inside the sight channel. Remove the front sight part Trigger is fully forward and at rest. Does anybody have any success stories out there?

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These raised lines will not allow the cartridges to seat properly and will cause them to drag on the recoil shield. The trigger part 68 and trigger plunger part 48 will fall out. Use a hollow shaft flat tip screwdriver and unscrew left hand thread the ejector retainer part Hold the gun with the muzzle down and insert the front tab of the trigger guard assembly into the frame notch.

You may have to press and release the spring loaded plunger with the wire a few times to get the pivot pin to seat all the way. Been a long time since I busted one of these puppies apart, nice to have a reference to check.

Thanks very much Iowegan If the transfer bar captures, you can remove a few thousandths at a time from the rear surface of the transfer biok until it resets properly.

Iowegan, Thanks for the copy you sent me the other day,it’s real helpful. If initial timing is slow, the cylinder will try to rotate before it is released. Notify me of new comments via email. The factory grips were ok but the thumb slot was a little obnoxious. Trigger begins to move to the rear. Security Six rear sight replacement. If the pin is flush and the latch operates smoothly, there is no need to remove the latch.


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An 11 degree reamer provides a smoother transition from throat to bore and is recommended. There will be two springs part 36 under the sight. Inspect all six biok of the ejector by dragging your fingernail across the tips. To remove the hammer part 64pull the trigger all the way back g;100 hold it there then use the round end of the hammer strut part 22 to push the left end of the hammer pivot pin part 21 out.

This means it is spring loaded so the firing pin will retract after being struck. I was shooting fmj and I think I had better accuracy with gr than 38 gr or gr.


Most of my experiences is working ibokk wood, not metal. Ease the spring and seat off the strut. Use a Dremmel Tool with a buffing wheel and fine grit compound to dress the lower rear surface of the hammer dog.

Pull the grip panel locater out of the right side. Carefully use a tool to push the plunger down while pushing the cylinder latch fully on the shaft. You are commenting using your Facebook account. This is evidenced by measuring the SA trigger pull 10 times and getting different pull weights.