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The Redhawk trigger enters the trigger guard from the top. A wide trigger would not drop in. And forget a trigger shoe----the trigger shoe is an anachronistic hangover from the days of NRA/military POCKET POOL OFFHAND.

A trigger shoe would increase Length-of-Pull while reducing control. The Ruger DA's are fine with the smooth-radius, narrow trigger.

The flat spur of the Redhawk hammer lacks the elegance of the s&W. It is, however, perfectly functional, and less likely than a big beavertail to catch under the web of a gloved hand.
David Bradshaw
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