I bought a nearly-new Ruger Single Six in .22LR/.22Mag and it's a fine little gun. But in comparing the trigger pull (by feel only) to my S&W .357, the .22 feels like it either has a higher pull (lbs) or is not as smooth, or both. Not having done any gunsmithing of any kind before, other than swapping out sights and a good bit of cleaning , I don't know what's involved in a "trigger job." I do know however that I'd like to lighten up the pull and get the trigger action 'smoother.' There's no good reason a .22 ought to have a stiffer or less-smooth trigger pull/action than the .357. So how hard is this for a newb? Take to a shop or do it myself? Anyone have a reputable online reference on what to do?