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Old March 6th, 2014, 10:45 PM   #1
 
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Trigger Pull Weight on my SR40c

Could somebody tell me what the average trigger pull would be on a stock SR40c?

It's one of my "funnest" guns to shoot, and I was just wondering what the weight of my trigger might be since I don't have a gauge.

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Old March 6th, 2014, 11:33 PM   #2
 
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Unless it comes from a pro shop there is going to be usually a 2lb variance that most companies will call "within specification".

Do yourself a favor and just buy a Lyman Digital trigger scale, I just bought a 3rd one for my truck toolbox in case I forget one and it was $55 shipped.

If you are an enthusiast you will easily pay for the tool in a week if that. I would suggest just call technical support at Ruger and ask them, they will give you the range very fast. On a forum like this you will get a ton of answers that will not really help your cause.
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Mine runs about 6#'s. this is a good weight for me for CC.
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I'm not sure if this is "apples & oranges", but my SR9c is in the six (6) lb range. BTW, if the reason for your question is to ultimately "tweak" the trigger to a lighter pull, please think such a decision thru if the gun is a CC for you.
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Again, not a 40 but my SR9 is 5.3# and my SR45 is 4.5#. Needless to say I was impressed.
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Thanks for your helpful replies. I agree that getting my own trigger gauge would be ideal, but right now I'm just wondering how the trigger weight compares to say a stock 1911.

I wouldn't do any tweaking on this pistol, first since I like the trigger as is, and secondly because I do carry it on occasion, and the weight of pull is good for me personally.

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