I just finished doing a "Steve Gunz video" action job on my new blue Rossi M92 .357 20" carbine. As others have said here, Steve's video is a god-send and Steve is very helpful answering questions. Like others I had more trouble getting the ejector back together than Steve seemed to have, but finally it went back together. I ground the loading gate spring and replaced the ejector spring with Steve's part but I didn't modify either the trigger spring or the hammer spring. The action is so much better after finishing the job that I'm really glad I did it. The one puzzle is trigger pull force. Before it was about 5# and after it is a very consistent 2-1/2# even though I didn't modify the hammer or trigger spring and I didn't touch either the hammer or trigger to polish or even deburr them. Does anyone have any idea why the trigger pull might have changed so much? I removed the trigger and hammer to check them and when I reassembled them the trigger pull was just below 2-3/4#. It's smooth and I like it but I don't changes I don't understand.