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Hi everyone. I posted a couple months ago about the heavy trigger pull on my SR22. Refresh - I am wheelchair bound and have partial paralysis in my hands.

I came across EZ-Pull Trigger Assist on Gunblaster.com. Does anyone have any experience with the EZ-Pull? It says on the site it's only for rifles and shotguns. Is there any reason this would not work on my SR-22? This would immediately solve my problem. I need a very light trigger pull and it is supposed to reduce the pull by at least 50%, which would put me around 2.5lbs. Yes I know this is extremely light, but considering my circumstances, it sounds like it will do the trick. thanks in advance.
 

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Hi Star G., I've put over 2,000 rounds through my SR22 between my daughter and I, and thought that by now the trigger would have loosened up a bit. I dry fire the thing constantly hoping it will help, but to no avail. I went ahead and contacted the guy at EZ pull and he couldn't guarantee it would work on my gun. I bought it anyways. If it doesn't work, I'll use it on another gun.

My function is weird, I have the strength, but not the maneuverability in my hands if you will......I can shoot it fine with both hands (2 fingers), but would like to be able to use one hand.
 
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