Originally Posted by Trickymissfit
your correct, but in the back of my head I say they're nuts! Dry graphite worked very well on the Cooper. But as I said they are not made to work in the field, but a very controlled enviorment. Plus I really don't wanta be shooting groundhogs with a guy using a 2oz. trigger!
Gary I have 20 of them in sporters and in the 2oz match version in competition rifles. All installed and in some cases blueprinted by Speedy Gonzalez---been in rain dust and never hyad a problem of any kind. Maybe it was the Smith or maybe the trigger puller is not keeping the trigger maintained IAW with Jewell instructions...
Most problems with firearms are attributable to the Trigger Puller not knowing how to maintain or the Smith not building the firearm correctly. Granted most folks have no idea if the firearm was build perfectly or not but when you deal with performance products special precautions are necessary like keeping the trigger clean for instance.
Maybe Arnold is nuts but I have never had an issue when following his recommendations..