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  1. I got an email from Nighthawk Custom this morning showing off some of their new products and this jumped out at me - a drop-in 1911 trigger - https://www.nighthawkcustom.com/drop-in/drop-in-trigger-system Its an interesting concept, and I can't think of any other time I've seen something like this. It will be interesting to see how big of a difference that may make over a factory/production 1911 trigger without paying a gunsmith for a complete trigger overhaul.
  2. For a 9mm 4.25in commander I'm looking to get it shooting as smooth as possible. I already got a Harrison FPS. Now I'm looking at recoil springs. There are a bewildering number of recoil springs which all claim to somehow reduce the felt recoil (I'm assuming by extending the impulse) while not increasing front sight dip when the slide returns. These include:- Nighthawk/Bob Marvel Everlast recoil system- DPM triple spring recoil reduction system- Sprinco Recoil Reducer- EFK dual action spring- Wolff Variable power springs- STI RecoilmasterDo any of these (or any other system or setup) actually keep the gun flatter during recoil? Do any of the variable rate, or multiple spring setups actually help slow the slide when moving reward, but then don't slam the slide home with the same force?Lastly, what would folks recommend for the setup mentioned above? I also have this same thread going on 1911forum with some interesting responses here: https://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?p=11229570&posted=1Thanks!
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