Trigger job? Taurus 608 & Ruger GP100?
This is mostly a question to Iowegan, and I apologize in advance for bringing a non-Ruger firearm to a Ruger forum.
The story is: I got a Ruger GP100 and a Taurus 608 (8-shot), both 357 Mag (of course). I changed the springs to Wolffe on both (same tension) and did the trigger job myself, again on both. I followed IBOK, and daresay did a decent quality work on both guns. However it feels that Ruger trigger is far more smooth than the one on Taurus (overall this Taurus "behaves", and is a good & accurate gun; I don't hesitate to carry it with/on me). Taurus trigger isn't bad by itself - but in comparison it feels rather uncomfortable, relegating the gun to the safe most of the time. I want to change it.
My question: how to make Taurus trigger feel smoother? Play with the springs? Open it up again and re-polish? Cut a bit into the double-action sear? Or...? I can't accept the adagio that "it's just a cheap gun and can't be made nice". I'm certain that with some application of skills and labor this trigger can become decent.