Browsing on-line thru all the gun info I stumbled on a short sermon about reducing the the trigger pull weight on a Ruger single action. I decided to try it out on my Ruger Super Blackhawk and see if it helped. The process is a relatively simple job, remove the trigger return spring, reshape it so as to minimize contact on the trigger step and slightly bend the two arms that hook over the studs on the grip frame to reduce tension. Properly done this procedure does indeed reduce the pull weight. I experimented with some degrees of bend etc. until I felt I had the desired result and still maintained a functionall weapon. It was a fun experience and it improved my SBH considerably. Chris
P.S. The procedure was on You-Tube if you look for it.