Originally Posted by aa1911
holy smokes, both my SP101 and GP100 came with phenomenal triggers. I did a little stoning and polishing and they are beyond a dream to shoot now. Stock weight springs (on the 3rd set, replaement spring pack from Brownells) too. Both were purchased about 10 or so years ago also if that makes any difference. I've started to hear of this lawsuit nonsense and the spring weights. Easy fix, springs are cheap.
check out this video, used this to attack the DA pull and smooth them out, might help anyone's who's got bad triggers on theirs. both the SP and the GP have the same guts
You are correct, springs are cheap. Some people aren't mechanically inclined or in my case I would rather pay my gunsmith to get the best parts the first time. I don't own a dremel tool and have no desire to own one. It's easier and cheaper in the long run to pay my gunsmith $60 to $80 to make my gun perfect the first time.
Since the OP doesn't have a lot of experience with guns it's safe to say she doesn't know how to select the proper parts or polish the right surfaces. If she was so inclined she would be posting in the gunsmith section.
I must be right about amateur gunsmiths since you are on your third set of springs in 10 years. I have a Super Blackhawk that is over 30 years old. It still has the same springs a gunsmith put in it the day it was delivered. It has fired thousands of rounds and is still just as smooth as the day I got it. Maybe leaving gunsmith work to the pros would be your best option.