Re: Trigger Overtravel Adjustment
The way I do it and its not necessarily the only way is to adjust the overtravel screw in until the trigger no longer drops the sear to fire the gun. At that point I start turning the screw out 1/4 turn at a time until it does drop the sear. After that I will turn and additional 1/2 turn. The reason for this is to make up for any changes to the engagement that may occur such as fouling, atmospheric changes etc. There is nothing more frustrating to adjust overtravel to the minimum and go out to the range, pull the trigger and nothing happens because its warmer out now than the day you adjusted it or you got some grease build up that won't allow it to drop.
Only cowards shoot with their eyes closed....