wrangler and clip one leg of the trigger spring for trigger pull. Keep one on the tractor
I would suggest just releasing one leg of the trigger spring so that it can be returned to normal if needed. I have done that with most of my single actions and have not had any light primer strikes as sometimes occurs with that change
I had a Single Six Stainless with both cylinders in 6.5" barrel that was a tremendously accurate shooter. One of our sons was looking to buy the same, but was a wee bit tight on funds so I gave him mine. He loves it and carries it whenever in the outdoors in the desert or woods along with a .17 HMR rifle.
I bought a black and a silver Wrangler and have been happy with both. They are not close to the finishing of the Single Six but perform as expected for me. Reasonably accurate with those sights and now with a sweet trigger due to the above.
The Heritage shooters leave me cold with their look and feel......pass.