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Always liked the look of a spurless hammer on a revolver so figured why not. 25 bucks for a new hammer a dremel, files, sandpaper and a bit of time and here we are. Needs a bit of touching up smoothing out the lines but so far so good. Yes I still have the original hammer and No nobody had a factory spurless in stock plus I do like to tinker.
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Always liked the look of a spurless hammer on a revolver so figured why not. 25 bucks for a new hammer a dremel, files, sandpaper and a bit of time and here we are. Needs a bit of touching up smoothing out the lines but so far so good. Yes I still have the original hammer and No nobody had a factory spurless in stock plus I do like to tinker.
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Very nicely done. Looks pretty professional. Glad to hear you retained the original hammer.
 

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I really like the spurless hammer. Sixes are so easy to stage trigger there really is no need to use a spur.
Plus shooting double action makes you a better shooter.
Looks nice.
 

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I like the look, and as I often shoot my GP100's DA only, I like the way that Rugers stage the pull. Giving me ideas on my GP100 44spl.
 
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