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I joined here today just want to ask if you have experienced trigger spring broken issues.

My LCRx 357 was purchased in Nov. 2019, full MSRP here in California plus TAX.
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The first spring break happens in April 2020 after about 900 rounds of .357 and a lot of dry fires.
Today, the spring break again during dry firing.
I had about 400 rounds fired between April and August.
I've read a very old post with pictures showing a dirty broken spring, so I paid more attention to prevent cleaner leaks inside.

As Ruger refused to sell the spring as spare parts, that make me very unconfident.

Where can I get those cheap springs instead of sending the revolver back again and again?

Thank you!
 

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Found it, only $6.7 each Thank you!!

BTW,
should the trigger spring last a few thousands round?
Yes, it should last a few thousand rounds. It should last a lot more than a few thousand rounds. I had a 30 year old Taurus with tens of thousands of rounds on it, and still used the original springs.
 

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Yes, it should last a few thousand rounds. It should last a lot more than a few thousand rounds. I had a 30 year old Taurus with tens of thousands of rounds on it, and still used the original springs.
Thanks for the info.
Mine seems below 2k (rounds + dry fire) for each of those two springs.
 

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Sorry but i don't get why people dry fire their guns, Either shoot it or don't IM0.
If you're working on your trigger press to get it consistent it's a lot easier and cheaper to get it right thru the dry fire process so when doing live fire at the range the results are noticeable.
 

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I take my time when shooting a new gun until i get to know where the trigger breaks. That was how i was taught by my father, I did the same teaching my son. Thanks for answering too.
 
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