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Damn,all it should take is a spring replacement. Before I would do anything I would make sure that the trigger mechanism is free of crude and functions properly. If you want to do a first class job you can hand hone the engaging surfaces. Do NOT shorten the sear engagement. Normally the spring change is sufficient. Usually about $4.00 at the good hardware store. (Commercial aftermarket springs are available) At the prices they charge for different ones you can get a few different weights. Just make sure that the spring pressure is sufficent to reset the trigger and provide absolute reliability to the primer and resetting the disconnect. No real rocket science here ! Sear/hammer spring. I have mine a 3.5 lbs. Which for me is fine for a hunting trigger. I DO NOT RECOMMEND A super LIGHT TRIGGER.....IT IS NOT WORTH THE WORRY!
If you are not confident enough to do it a smith should be able to help you out.....reasonably.
 
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