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Old 07-06-2012, 06:05 AM   #1
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Valing .22
Colt Carl Walther 1911 22lr Govt Model Trigger

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My new 22lr pistol has a 6.5lb trigger and it's kind of tiresome to
squeeze out a clip, much less a brick. Recoil on this gun was very
light with the Remington Target ammo. I am thinking a 3lb trigger
but was unable to find any parts for it. Anyone out there done
this yet? I took some measurements of wear parts, including trigger
assembly parts and some parts appear to be interchageable with the
regular Colt 1911 parts. I have not done anything as yet except to
replace the bent/broken safety lever(factory replacement).
Also, anyone know a better way to keep the safety plunger from
shooting out when the safety is removed? Reinstall was also very
dicey. I did bend the spring a bit to hold the plunger during reinstall
but I will bet that it will fly off again when the safety is removed.
This gun is the exact same size as my other 1911 Colts and feels the
same when handling. It just needs a lighter trigger. No way near as
smooth as my Clark Combat Custom(old 70 1911 govt model converted by
Clark some eons ago). It even slides nicely into my IWB Sparks holster.
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