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Old 02-24-2017, 03:17 PM #1
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Ressy sear spring

After taking off the frame of my new to me resurrection I noticed the sear spring was very heavy. Far heavier than the trigger return spring. Does anyone know if this spring can be swapped to a lighter one? If so where might I find said spring? I'd like the trigger with a little less pulling force.
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Old 02-25-2017, 01:31 PM #2
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You can find one at a ACE hardware or any place that has springs. I would take yours in for sizing.

You are the first person i have heard that wishes to change it out. I will say that you might have problems with slippage of the hammer, so do not loose the stock one. I would also say to try it first, as i never noticed it being heavy or needing a softer one.
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Old 02-27-2017, 06:41 PM #3
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Unless you experience some mechanical problem with the stock spring, I would leave it alone. The stock Rezzy is balanced pretty well.
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I'll add to this, as having directly compared Simon's frames with the stock Ressy, the trigger pull is heavier in the latter.

I had my frame apart this weekend looking for the culprit, and noticed that with no sear in place, the trigger felt very nice and very light, but when the sear and spring were dropped in, the pull became noticeably heavier than the Inception frame.

Out of curiosity I compressed the spring slightly behind the sear and to my surprise, the trigger pull lightened significantly.

I then put my finger on the sear and applied increasing pressure as I pulled the trigger. The more top force, the less trigger force.

I'm not sure what kind of wizardry Simon is invoking, but his triggers are definitely lighter than the stock triggers.
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Old 03-16-2017, 08:25 PM #5
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Old 03-17-2017, 06:51 AM #6
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It is not the internals themselves more of the geometry that Simon put into the ID frames than what Empire was able to do (or not do) with the milling.

If i remember correctly, comparing an ID frame to a stock Ressie, the ID has only a 3% contact patch, which translates to an smoother pull as the trigger plate does not have the ride the frame. That also means that the milling process is much more extensive, which reflects in the price.

Though, the springs and even the plate are an improvement over stock ressie, the frame is a detriment to the performance. You could possibly polish the stock plate to get a smoother plate.

So, while you could keep the frame and upgrade the internals, the true benefit is the frame itself.
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