posted by Mr. Completely @ 7:17 PM
I knew nothing about 1911's when I had my gunsmith 'skeletonize' the trigger. I think that's what he called it.After shooting it a while, the trigger would stick. It wouldn't return forward.I still know nothing about 1911's but I don't have that trigger on it anymore.I shot a 358 out of 360, with it, to win a Gold medal at the Nevada Senior Olympics, a couple of years ago.
I have a Kinmber 1911 and that same problem just started to happen to me. I have less than 2000rounds through the gun and am not sure if I have to replace a spring. I shoot UMC FMJ due to the cost. Any help would be great.
Hi,As a blossoming gunsmith, decided to use my two AMT 1911 clones as learning aids.Recently, I found that the recoil plugs were being forced out of round after 200 rounds or so, so I decided to try a heavier recoil spring. That's when the "trigger bounce" monster raised its ugly head. I have never experienced that before so I delved into the physics of the matter. Since I already had a lightweight trigger, I decided to make the trigger pull a bit heavier. Before I did that, I ensured all else as far as a trigger job were performed correctly. They were. Is there another solution to trigger bounce other than the one I found?HardballerFan
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