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Does anybody have info. on do it yourself trigger jobs for the Encore...
Mine is good, but heavy, and I would like to try it myself while the snow is deep and weather cold, figuring that I can always send it out for a professional job if I mess it up tooo bad.. :cry:

Having a Contender now with 42 +/- oz pull and no creep shows me how nice the Encore could be, with the right fixin.. :)

Any suggestions will be most appreciated.

Thanks in advance.. Rol
 

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Yes there is a place you can go. www.belmctcs.com Mike has instructional cd's that show you how to do it yourself. Mike is also very helpful if you need anything just email him. I have done 7 to date and each one gets easier. He sells all components needed to do the job at really good prices...Go for it you will be able to do it.....
 

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encore trigger

yep, big t said it. he's correct. you can download the instructions for free. i did, just in case i get the nerve to try one sometime myself. i'm not the best at that kinnda stuff though. i'm a skeeerdy cat. but you could even print it out for your local smith to go by too. :grin:
 

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I did my trigger job from the cd now it's like a hot knife in butter :) Sure made a good trigger pull......Great! Nothing to it you should try it I had fun.
 

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I installed a #4 spring , I went really slow and carful and it took 20 minutes and I ended up with a 1 lb 14 oz trigger and love it , It was real easy and I could do another in about 5 minutes. Go for it .
 
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