[shadow=red,left]Bill Springfield[/shadow] is heaven sent when it comes to fine-tuning the XCR's trigger. :rockon: I just received my 6.8 SPC XCR last week. It was so beautiful, my eyes welled up with tears. It wasn't until I dry fired it, and discovered how crappy the trigger pull felt, that the tears really began to flow. issedoff: No worries, I had previously done enough research to expect the horrible trigger pull, and to prepare for it's solution. Evidently, when it comes to fine-tuning the XCR, most specifically it's trigger, the name that repeatedly came up... was "[shadow=red,left]Bill Springfield[/shadow]".
Having discovered that Bill Springfield conducts his business in my own town of Colorado Springs, I had the opportunity to meet him in person, as I dropped off my XCR to receive one of his infamous trigger jobs. His work was completed within 30 minutes! Now how's that for service? As for the trigger itself...? -"Exquisite!" He decreased the factory's original trigger pull (approx. 7-8 lbs.) down to my requested 3 1/2 lbs. In addition, as an unexpected added perk, the trigger had a quicker reset. Upon testing the trigger pull, I felt that the creep was virtually removed, leaving me with a short, crisp, break. Oh, the smile on my face. ;D All in all, Bill delivered exactly what he promised, a very short 3.5 lb pull, a smooth clean break, with it's trigger staging/creep eliminated. "Excellent work Bill!" :clap: His reputation of excellence is well earned.
Having had the opportunity to have met Bill in person, I can tell you this: Bill is kind, honest, personable, and professional in every way. His work is obviously an outward reflection of the person within. He is a pleasure to work with; and there is no doubt that I will be bringing all of my future weapon's needs, down his way to take care of. His fee for service was not only fair, but so low compared to the quality of his work, that I gave him a little extra... just so I wouldn't feel like I was taking him for granted. 8) Check out his website at www.TriggerWork.net[/b]]www.TriggerWork.net
So, in a nutshell, I would sum up my experience as:...
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