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Ran 80 rounds through it this afternoon. No malfunctions. Safeties working. Trigger reset nice and short. Much more pleasurable shooting it. Also came home with about 10lbs of assorted brass.
 

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"Played around with the sear spring?" I don't know much about 1911's I thought you had to adjust the sear engagement. I had a gunsmith do mine I went with his recommendation of around 5lbs but it's closer to 4-1/4lbs.
 

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Same here great triggers. The baby rock was always crisp. Just was to heavy at 1st. Even my el cheapo Chiappa 1911-22 has a nice trigger. My one RIA 1911 tac series. I need to adjust the reset some. Sometimes i double tap it not intentionally. 2 shots in split second. Im afraid of someone getting injured.
 

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I'll get the trigger gauge out tomorrow and check my other ones, I have a german made 22 revolver it's to light for an inexperaned Shooter. I don't let anyone shoot it. You just tap the trigger it fires. I wouldn't handle it cocked with gloves on. My Ruger MK3 22/45 target has a 1.5 lb pull. That is not as sensitive as the rolver,
 
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