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I have a Ruger SP101. The revolver is great but one thing that bothered me was that the tip of the trigger plunger would protrude from the trigger assembly when you pull the trigger back. This left a nasty little gash on my finger when my finger would occasionally slide on the trigger face.

I went ahead and filed down the protruding part with the gun's hammer cocked back. When I was done the DA was fine but I can put the gun in single action.

My question is: What does the trigger plunger have to do with SA? Why can I do DA just fine? Doesn't make much sense to me but would love to hear some opinions.
 

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Hey KP, If you dont get any responses here, try to get in contact with pistolsmith Jack Weigand. He customized the one I have and the trigger is great. I think he pretty much knows these rugers inside and out
 
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