Seller's Comments and Description:
My revolver action work began unintentionally in 1976 because of my dissatisfaction with the feel of a narrow, serrated trigger on a newly purchased Smith & Wesson Model 19-2. Being a skilled technician with jeweled meter movements and other precision mechanical and electrical instrumentation, I regarded the revolver as another precision 'instrument' with many intricately fitted, close-tolerance parts. I began voraciously studying all the pistolsmith books and reference materials I could find and after much study, I elected to install a new trigger myself. With a 'Smooth 3/4 Combat' factory trigger in-hand, I disassembled the revolver, removed existing internal tool marks from frame & side plate, polished some lock-work components and carefully fit the trigger.