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I have a 1976 Tanfoglio P19 Combat and wonder what recoil spring weight would be proper. This gun's specs differ from the ones I can find for later Combat models on the internet. For example, the gun weighs 950 grams instead of 1150.
Realized during install of Henning's Ultimate EGW's Prepped Trigger Kit for an EAA Witness that the new sear does not have the "leg" that acts as a firing pin block. Ergo disabling a safety, big no-no in IDPA. (http://www.brianenos.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=112939) Now I can't use it for my intended purpose - IDPA <---Insert a big Homer Simpson Doh! I was reading around on the innernets that Henning's made a run of "flat bottom firing pin stops" http://www.thehighroad.org/archive/index.php/t-652426.html I'm not terribly familiar with how this would interact with the new sear, hammer, and firing pin. So now I'm confused as to 1. Difference between a firing pin stop and firing pin block? 2. Am I correct in my understanding that the EGW sear, Hammer, and Firing Pin is non-IDPA compliant? 3. Is there any Trigger Pull weight reduction installing the flat trigger alone?