35 + or - years ago I worked on the factory trigger and got it down to a nice 2 pounds. Used in CBA competition for ten years. Throat advanced too far. Trigger still good. Finally got around to sending back to Ruger for new Barrel. Three barrels later got one that looked good and may be worthwhile to try cast. But you know what happened to my nice trigger. While they had it they fixed it to suit the lawyers for no charge. It's now about 5# and a bit gritty. I have long since forgotten exactly what I did to the trigger. I haven't taken the stock off to take a look. Trying to shoot it the way it is is no fun.
Any good instructions for working on that vintage of #1s? Or suggestions?