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The trigger pull on my PP Super, mostly from use, is about 6# DA and around 3# SA. Love it, almost ASAI-like specs.

However, the reset is long. Way too long. Feels like a mile long. Is there any way to shorten that reset?

Any and all comments are appreciated. Thanks
 

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FWIW, it seems that the culprits are springs #48 and #37 as per the expanded view shown in Earl's website. Just by tweaking them, the pull and the reset improved considerably. For a 30 year old pistol, not bad. Just ordered from Earl's.
 

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you know the part 37 suprises me a bit....
it was my first guess....looking at it... but then I thought... ummm if the hammer is cocked that spring would not move the trigger forward... since it only moved when putten the PP Super into SA.....
Now 48 I can see... but shouldn't that affect the weight of the pull more than the trigger reset
 

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Both of them work together. The best way to explain it is by also looking at it. Just take the grips out. Cock the hammer, dry-fire(hold that hammer) and watch the movements.

#37 in mine is looking now like a wide open v. It is notably "tired, weak".
 
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