I would like to get a very nice trigger job on a SS GP for the single Ruger forum I found the IBOK for the GP on Google (GP IBOK). I received the GP pdf this morning. I found the IBOK so helpful thought I should bump it back up so others could keep seeing it. There is a great resource called the GP IBOK that is a must have the original author had to remove it due to copywrite claims but you can.

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The top left side of the pawl should be polished like chrome. As you can see, velocity has more influence than mass.

Do you know if this is by design? All Ruger stainless guns also have stainless steel internal parts. Contact Iowegan here http: It will walk you thru a trigger job and general fine tuning.

I put the Hi-viz front sight gp010 it and the new grips came in. Locate the plunger tip and push it forward with a screwdriver or other tool while pulling downward lightly on the trigger guard.

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Page 1 of 7. Once the trigger is out, you can dress the high spots on the sides of the trigger or the inside of the struts.


You can chamfer the mouth of the chambers with an 8 degree reamer. I’ve already swapped for a lighter Wolff mainspring I had to step back up to 13 lbs.

The firing pin is a factory fitted part. Ibom, remove any machine marks from the bottom surface and buff it smooth. Find all posts by billt To remove the firing pin, you must first drive the cross pin out then push the recoil plate AKA firing pin bushing from the rear.

The barrel and frame are the host assembly. You may be able to position the parts by inserting a wire through the hammer ibokk. Loving my new GP six inch barrel in stainless.

There are a few Youtube videos of the process This guy’s is pretty good https: Insert the end of the front latch part 13 with the squared step into the lower long slot of the ejector rod. Push down to tension the spring enough to remove the disassembly pin. Examine the overall fit and finish.

Locate the hole drilled on the flat surface of the crane part This mass functions much like a hammer used to drive nails. Removing the firing pin is not recommended g1p00 it will damage the finish. Remove the front sight part Use a paper clip or stiff wire and push the latch retaining pin part igok completely out. It’s very accurate as well.


Trigger and hammer continue to ibokk to the rear raising the transfer bar. I have owned a 6” GP since about The endshake bearings are nothing more than washers. He also wrote one on the Ruger SP Does anybody have any success stories out there?

If endshake is too tight, the gun may bind up when you shoot it. The cylinder latch should engage a cylinder lock notch and lock the cylinder in place before the hammer is fully cocked in all six positions. This means it is spring loaded so the firing pin will retract after being struck. The purpose of the hammer strut assembly is to contain the mainspring and provide a means to push the hammer forward. Attention if you have renewed your paid membership on the site but it has not taken effect within 24 hours please send the tech account a private message here to get your account corrected and for further instruction.