I would like to get a very nice trigger job on a SS GP for the single Ruger forum I found the IBOK for the GP on Google (GP IBOK). I received the GP pdf this morning. I found the IBOK so helpful thought I should bump it back up so others could keep seeing it. There is a great resource called the GP IBOK that is a must have the original author had to remove it due to copywrite claims but you can.
|Published (Last):||23 March 2004|
|PDF File Size:||7.70 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||6.27 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
This will cause a bind in DA trigger pull or a hard start cocking for SA. Cylinder latch is released and snaps up to ride on the cylinder. Buff the little notch under the front of the arrowhead, especially the tip.
Replace the hammer dog spring and plunger. Again, Iowegan, thank you for the insightful reference. SA sear releases the hammer. It’s incredibly comprehensive and extremely helpful for understanding how everything works!
• View topic – IBOK for GP
Find all posts by Woodswalker. Loving my new GP six inch barrel in stainless. With spring-powered devices such as a hammer, you can reduce mass in non-critical areas and increase hammer velocity considerably. Subtract the last measurement from the first one. When you reassemble, the strut must be installed the same exact way it came out. If the gap is too tight, the cylinder will drag on the barrel when it gets fouled from shooting.
This is the surface that pulls the cylinder latch down.
yp100 Aside from the overly heavy mainspring in the revolvers, these problems are just a matter of Ruger not using rigorous statistical quality control methods, which have been a standard engineering production process for 50 years in gp10 precision mechanical devices. Wolff certainly doesn’t make any which are very light. The Gp is a very very nice revolver, I own one in. That was the reason that I kept searching. The article is actually written by a friend of mine.
It must be very smooth. The straight edge of the strut goes up. Once the left panel is pushed out, a small disassembly pin part 9 will drop out.
New GP – Survivalist Forum
The assembly inok held in the frame by a spring-loaded plunger part I think mine is a 6 or 8 inch. Thanks very much Eric it always makes me feel great to be able to help.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Adjustable sight models are available in 4 and 6 inch barrels. Cylinder stop engages the cylinder notch and locks.
Lastly I took my 5″ to the range recently and made a video review of sorts and threw a hundred rounds of grn hand cast Keith Bearfucker. There lots of reviews online on this gun describing the internal changes. The GP has a larger frame, thicker cylinder, improved grip mounting system, trigger return spring, front sight, gp010 cylinder retainer, and trigger guard latch.
Insert the latch pivot pin part This is evidenced by measuring the SA trigger kbok 10 times and getting different pull weights.
To test, watch the cylinder latch and slowly cock the hammer. Ruger engineers did an excellent job designing the GP This mass functions much like a hammer used to drive nails. Once the cylinder latch is on the shaft, check for free spring-loaded movement.