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I think it might be a problem - the 'hammerless' hammer will be somewhat lighter (lower striking mass) and a change of spring might not work. Same reason gunsmiths don't like to 'bob' a spurred hammer.
 

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Yeah I thought maybe the hammer spring might not work. But thought the trigger spring might.
 

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I don't need any lighter spring in my M85, already a fantastic DA trigger.

There's only one way to find out for sure if it'll work, try it. I'd suggest if it'll cap CCI primers, it'll cap anything. LOL
 

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Leaving it alone is probably the right thing to do. My 85CH had a heavy trigger, but after usung it for a lot of fun practice things wore to a nice trigger pull.

Putting snap caps in and repetition trigger pulling from 500-1000 times (not all at one time obviously) should smooth things out and lighten the pull a bit.
 
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