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Just finished up on a "complete go-over" of a customers Ruger Mark II Stainless Steel Competition Target pistol. Replaced the extractor with a much better style, a better sear and added pre & overtravel screws to the factory trigger. Trigger recovery now is very short and the pull weight has an average of 2 pounds 3 ounces, safely, and passes my bump test:



Here's the PROOF of average pull weight. NO BS about "what it feels like", trigger pull gauges don't lie. 馃憛
 

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Doing some tweaking on my G19 yesterday one of my favorite range toys. I have a Timney trigger in it and was tweaking it a little more. Ended up with a 2lb 12oz trigger pull. Like you say a no BS proof on the Wheeler gauge.

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Hmmmm, your gauge reads ZERO? When I actually use mine the screen shows the average of 10 pulls, like the picture above:

 

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If you expand the picture of the gauge it shows N=10 which is 10 pulls on the trigger. On the left bottom of the screen it shows 2 lbs 12 oz which is the average of the 10 trigger pulls. The reason the gauge shows 0 is because it is ready for another trigger pull. I would think yours would read the same as mine as they appear to both be the same gauge.
 
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