Re: Trigger pull
Unless you are very machanically inclined and know 45 autos, leave it alone. As an example, what looks exactly like a screw on the right side of the gun opposite the mag release is NOT a screw at all. It is often broken by those who don't know that it is really a twist lock that can only be unlocked when the mag release button is pushed in. Only then can you remove the trigger from the gun. All of that being said you don't even have to remove the trigger to do an action job of lightning the trigger like you want to do. You should also look for a gunsmith who has a jig to put the trigger parts in order to really do a good job, not every smith has the jig and then again not every smith can do a trigger job on a 45 auto. The jig is not manditory but it sure helps.