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GeorgiaRedfish
02-04-2011, 16:29
Well I got my new trigger in, It is a colt, long, aluminum, serrated, and black trigger. It feels much better and it breaks clean. This was my first 1911 mod, and won't be the last. Thanks Quack for all the help. Took me 30 mins from dis assembly to reassembly.
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f122/KylePatrick8/IMG00348-20110204-1723.jpg
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f122/KylePatrick8/IMG00349-20110204-1723.jpg

I may replace in the future, since it has gaps on the top and bottom. But it works and looks good enough for now.

Nickpisp
02-04-2011, 16:31
Not bad, I woulda went with a Kimber. :rofl:

ajstrider
02-04-2011, 16:32
Quack helped you and still didn't force you to get one of those silly flat triggers that only he uses?

GeorgiaRedfish
02-04-2011, 16:32
Not bad, I woulda went with a Kimber. :rofl:
Well if it wasn't for their ugly designed triggers and tin foil formed triggers I would.:whistling:

Nickpisp
02-04-2011, 16:35
Well if it wasn't for their ugly designed triggers and tin foil formed triggers I would.:whistling:

They're MIM, not tinfoil, get it straight! :rofl:

Quack
02-04-2011, 16:52
he just hasn't taken the trigger to the grinder yet :tongueout:

GeorgiaRedfish
02-04-2011, 17:02
They're MIM, not tinfoil, get it straight! :rofl:
Kimber's MIM is Maybe It's Metal, right?:rofl:

Hokie1911
02-04-2011, 17:21
Not bad, I woulda went with a Kimber. :rofl:

Hater. :animlol:

GeorgiaRedfish
02-04-2011, 18:05
Do ya'll think a Trigger like John Harrison would fill the gaps up?

Hokie1911
02-04-2011, 18:06
I had a JH trigger in my Kimber and LOVED it.

Quack
02-04-2011, 18:08
what gap?

edit. did you file it evenly?

GeorgiaRedfish
02-04-2011, 18:09
what gap?
The small ones between the top and bottom of the trigger, Or if you wiggle it up or down, the bigger gap on either the top or bottom. That sounded pretty confusing yes?:supergrin: IT isn't very visible in the pics.

Quack
02-04-2011, 18:12
if it move's up/down, you took too much off the trigger shoe.

http://photosbydon.smugmug.com/photos/1099073438_RFwCB-L.jpg

GeorgiaRedfish
02-04-2011, 18:17
I didn't take any off at all. Must be colt triggers are under sized.

GeorgiaRedfish
02-04-2011, 18:18
I'll just chalk this up as a very Inexpensive way to make sure I can do it and make sure I like a long trigger before buying a 40 dollar one and filing it down.

Quack
02-04-2011, 18:27
well quit your beetching...

you know what they say....if it's not a Colt, it's a better copy :tongueout:

GeorgiaRedfish
02-04-2011, 18:29
well quit your beetching...

you know what they say....if it's not a Colt, it's a better copy :tongueout:
:rofl:Thanks, Kimber it is :rofl: