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    7.5, 5.5 & 4.75 3rd gen SAAs

    Doing some kitchen table gunsmith work, installed Wolff hammer springs in my 7.5 44 and my new 45 4.75. Man does that help with trigger pull. The 5.5 still has the best trigger of the trio.

    Anyway took a picture for the heck of it.

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    And a shiny one in 44 40. Put hammer spring from my 4.75 in this one, not quite a Wolff type trigger, but better than the wide Colt mainspring. I need to order another 3 pack of springs.

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    Nothing like Colts in the kitchen ... or Harley’s on the hardwood !
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    Here's to old Colts , old Harleys and old whiskey!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator89 View Post
    And a shiny one in 44 40. Put hammer spring from my 4.75 in this one, not quite a Wolff type trigger, but better than the wide Colt mainspring. I need to order another 3 pack of springs.

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    Have you shot your Peacemaker Centennial 44-40?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mag318 View Post
    Have you shot your Peacemaker Centennial 44-40?
    Not yet.

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    Me neither, mine is in pristine condition and I can't bring myself to shoot it yet. I'd love to find one with some wear on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mag318 View Post
    Me neither, mine is in pristine condition and I can't bring myself to shoot it yet. I'd love to find one with some wear on it.
    Mine has a drag line between two chambers, rest is flawless. I have ammo and I can shoot it without worry.

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    Colts on the dinner table

    some pictures of my Peacemaker Centennials in .44-40 after more then 10 years in use for CAS
    https://www.coltforum.com/forums/sin...ml#post3069937
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