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faawrenchbndr
08-05-2011, 14:40
I ordered a flat trigger for the EMP today. Thought I'd try it, vs just busting on Quack!

I'm not good at photoshop,.........should look a bit better than this.

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c341/faawrenchbndr/Springfields/SpringfieldEMPwithflattriggeredit.jpg

20South
08-05-2011, 14:50
Dont feel bad, been thinking about trying one out myself.

lawdog734
08-05-2011, 14:52
Welcome to the club!!!!

faawrenchbndr
08-05-2011, 14:53
:rofl:

I figure I should at least try it. I've been throwing smack his way.

GeorgiaRedfish
08-05-2011, 14:55
You people are killing me

Quack
08-05-2011, 14:56
:animlol:

TKR Reptiles
08-05-2011, 15:39
Welcome to the club. COTEFT #7. :animlol:

faawrenchbndr
08-05-2011, 16:05
Welcome to the club. COTEFT #7. :animlol:

Where do I sign up? If it works as well as I've been told, I'll need a few more!

limbkiller
08-05-2011, 16:15
The only 1911 I have flat trigger on is my GSG but I love it.

3rdgen40
08-05-2011, 16:20
Some were born to lead....others to follow.Lead the way quack....:supergrin:

faawrenchbndr
08-05-2011, 16:25
Some were born to lead....others to follow.Lead the way quack....:supergrin:

Old dogs,.....new tricks?! If it helps me shoot a wee better? I'll be a follower. :tongueout:

How's that 1911 search coming? A RIA Tac with a flat trigger would look great!

3rdgen40
08-05-2011, 16:28
Old dogs,.....new tricks?! If it helps me shoot a wee better? I'll be a follower. :tongueout:

How's that 1911 search coming? A RIA Tac with a flat trigger would look great!
Trying to decide between grabbing a RIA GI and trick it out the way I want it or save up for a Dan Wesson Valor.:dunno:

faawrenchbndr
08-05-2011, 16:29
Honestly,.......you will never get a RIA jazzed up to the quality of a Valor.
However, my Miller was a Springer GI before Bob tweaked it.

Quack
08-05-2011, 17:46
Old dogs,.....new tricks?! If it helps me shoot a wee better? I'll be a follower. :tongueout:


well that's good to hear, unlike Hokie. He shot better with it, but still rejects COTEFT.

chakup
08-05-2011, 18:07
I got three flat triggers sitting here waiting for time to install/get the rest of parts for builds.

bac1023
08-05-2011, 18:28
Welcome to the club. COTEFT #7. :animlol:

:rofl:

djackson
08-05-2011, 18:42
I have a flat sitting in my parts bin, just trying to decide which gun gets to be the guinea pig

knedrgr
08-05-2011, 18:59
I have a flat sitting in my parts bin, just trying to decide which gun gets to be the guinea pig

I think the more appropriate term is; you're the guinea pig, not the gun.

Once you go flat, you won't go back. :rofl:

djackson
08-05-2011, 19:07
Once you go flat, you won't go back. :rofl:
lol :rofl:

Fedor
08-05-2011, 20:13
I want to put a flat trigger in one of my 1911's, does it need to be installed by a gunsmith or can a rookie like me do it?

Hokie1911
08-05-2011, 20:24
well that's good to hear, unlike Hokie. He shot better with it, but still rejects COTEFT.

One time, and marginally better. I'd be willing to bet my groups are better now that I've put a few hundred downrange with the Harrison trigger in.

faawrenchbndr
08-05-2011, 20:28
I want to put a flat trigger in one of my 1911's, does it need to be installed by a gunsmith or can a rookie like me do it?

It's a rather easy install,........I WAS a bit confused on what to look for when adjusting overtravel.
Send Quack a pm,.......he explained it very well.

Quack
08-05-2011, 20:44
One time, and marginally better. I'd be willing to bet my groups are better now that I've put a few hundred downrange with the Harrison trigger in.

you put 100rds through your KC before you did the head to head shoot and didn't have any practice on the flat trigger that day :tongueout:

Quack
08-05-2011, 20:45
the next trigger install that knedrgr or i do we'll make a video of the install.

faawrenchbndr
08-05-2011, 20:48
the next trigger install that knedrgr or i do we'll make a video of the install.

After your explanation, and looking at my Kuhnhausen manual, it should be a breeze!

Quack
08-05-2011, 20:56
After your explanation, and looking at my Kuhnhausen manual, it should be a breeze!

yep, not bad at all. just take your time and remember you can always take material off.

Wade-19
08-06-2011, 08:32
Flat is beautiful !!!!
http://i823.photobucket.com/albums/zz153/Wade-19/633d237b.jpg

http://i823.photobucket.com/albums/zz153/Wade-19/933f353f.jpg

http://i823.photobucket.com/albums/zz153/Wade-19/faeb5bae.jpg

faawrenchbndr
08-06-2011, 08:39
Thanks for the real pic Wade! :wavey:

Quack
08-06-2011, 08:39
Flat is beautiful !!!!
http://i823.photobucket.com/albums/zz153/Wade-19/633d237b.jpg


were those parts down my pants?

Quack
08-06-2011, 08:43
http://photosbydon.smugmug.com/photos/1004741764_Zf3qZ-L-1.jpg

looks so much better than this...
http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a317/Quackzilla/DSC_7933.jpg

TKR Reptiles
08-06-2011, 09:02
were those parts down my pants?

Those are the ones!

Wade-19
08-06-2011, 09:03
were those parts down my pants?

I am ashamed to admit that yes, yes they were.:crying:

faawrenchbndr
08-06-2011, 09:07
I've also been thinking of putting the Lizards back on......love those grips!