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This is going to be a multi video process. Stay tuned for further videos. They can also be viewed on my Youtube Channel. More videos to follow shortly 3. Removing The trigger bar and trigger assembly - (SEE ABOVE FOR POLISHING) 4. Removal of stock staked trigger pin 5. Installation of CGW reduced power trigger return spring and CGW floating trigger pin 6. Reassembly 7. Testing
I have a limited pro and I finally decided I would polish the trigger bar, or whatever you call it. The trigger return spring took about two hours or more to put back in and I felt it was due to a lucky shot. There has got to be a better way. No one would ever design something like this. Does anyone know the secret to getting it back in? I finally cut off a .3 piece of a closely sized Allen wrench, used a hemostat to hold the spring while I pushed the rest of the wrench in from the other side through the trigger and spring through the slide stop hole. Then I pushed the Allen wrench out with the small piece replacing it from the other side. I then pushed the whole assembly down to the right location, then screamed for my son to come in the room and tap the roll pin in until the assembly was stable. Before I figured out to do that, I heard words coming out of my mouth (as the spring flew across the room numerous times) that must have been spawned in the very pits of hell. The dogs and wife came in to comfort me and the wife dragged me out to lunch...and even bought. How should you actually do it?
Upon disassembly last night....my trigger return spring decided that it had had enough of my constant shooting and chose to flee. The spring has aggravated me in the past...and, as far as I'm concerened...i'd rather never see it again! So....is goign to the henning flat trigger worth it? I don't shoot competitively...ever, I just plink at the range with some LRN handloads... The gun shoots WAY better than I'm capable of right now, and i don't want to loose that.