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Old 01-26-2010, 08:19   #1
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Colt Commander trigger question

new to 1911's, I would like to replace my trigger on my Lightweight Commander, currently has a plastic one..functions well but would like a nicer trigger..would like one to break around 3.5lbs to 4.5lbs, and maybe a titanium one three holes or skeletonised. Any suggestion on brand, and were to buy it from, at a reasonable price.
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Old 01-26-2010, 08:49   #2
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I bought a Greider solid trigger from Brownells earlier last month for my Springfield Milspec. It seems to be well made. I haven't had it installed yet because I'm still buying other parts to build the gun up.

Check out www.brownells.com for other triggers. They have just about everything under the sun.
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Old 01-26-2010, 09:00   #3
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Swapping trigger's isn't going to change your trigger pull. That will require the attention of a good smith to polish the sear and adjust the height of the hammer hook's, as well as a lot more polishing.
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Old 01-26-2010, 11:59   #4
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new to 1911's, I would like to replace my trigger on my Lightweight Commander, currently has a plastic one..functions well but would like a nicer trigger..would like one to break around 3.5lbs to 4.5lbs, and maybe a titanium one three holes or skeletonised. Any suggestion on brand, and were to buy it from, at a reasonable price.
I like the STI Ti trigger, but only the bow is Ti, the rest is plastic. I don't know of any completely titanium triggers.

Remember that triggers are not usually a drop-in part. They need fitting.

If your current trigger is properly fitted, then changing triggers will not decrease the pull.

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