Hivoltfl: The gun has was purchased from me right after the work was done (at cost). The man that owns it is a friend of mine and uses it at every ATA shoot he attends. No rush orders for that particular gun....when you add it all up, you really are better off with a used BT-99 or something along those lines. It is a good gun for the money though.
I haven't looked at the trigger on one of these H&R guns, but it couldn't be very difficult to work on. If a shadetree smith can't slick up the trigger on one of these, he probably ought to turn in his license and take up knitting.
The trigger is held in by a couple of drift pins (very easy to remove). All I did was remove a couple of coils from the spring and it brought the pull down to about 3 1/2lbs. It's very crisp with no creep.