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RUGER® SA HALF-COCK HAMMER & TRIGGER KIT

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by 76Highboy, Sep 9, 2012.

  1. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Does anybody have any hands on experience with this conversion. I am considering installing it in one of my Blackhawks. I like that this conversion drops the trigger pull and that it lines the cylinder holes up with the loading gate at half cock. Has anybody had any experience with this kit.
  2. Alpo

    Alpo Well-Known Member

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    Who made the kit?

    I took the lazy man's way out. I sent mine to Wes Flowers (the best Blackhawk smith in the world) to have 'em converted.
  3. HAGEN442

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    Suggest checking with Grand Masters LLC
  4. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    OK, thanks HAGEN.
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    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Are you talking New Model or Three Screw? I am talking New Model.
  6. Alpo

    Alpo Well-Known Member

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    Yeppir. Notice, Bisleys. Ain't no sucha thing as a 3-screw Bisley. See the two pins?

    Also notice they are on half-cock. He took out them dang transfer bars, too.

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  7. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Ya, that's exactly what I'm talking about. Those are some dang nice pistols. It's amazing how much more accurate a firearm is when the action is nice. That is what I want to do on all of mine, but one at a time of course. Thanks for the info Alpo.

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