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Hey guys, new to the forum for DE so I apologize if im beating a dead horse with this question, however, is there anything I can do to my Glenfield model 25 to lighten the trigger break?

thanks for the help,
Jeff
 

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Welcome to the forum. I'm sure that if there is a way, someone one here will tell you!
 

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You can take it apart, polish it at the connection which will clean it up. You can also stone it but be careful, do it in steps so as not to make it so that when you go into battery that the gun fires. If you are just looking to crisp up the break, polish.....
 

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You can take it apart, polish it at the connection which will clean it up. You can also stone it but be careful, do it in steps so as not to make it so that when you go into battery that the gun fires. If you are just looking to crisp up the break, polish.....
Awesome thanks man
 
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