You need to figure out why you can't feel the trigger bar resetting. Does the plunger under the trigger bar make the trigger bar slide against the cylinder at all times so there is no opportunity for the trigger bar to "pop" up into position where it can be heard or felt? Pull the slide and study that trigger bar very carefully as you pull it back and forth with the trigger. M1911How would you? Or if you could make the reset more noticeable.
I doubt the factory would ... talking suits with law degrees decree I am sure ... and if you did it yourself and shot someone and they found out you modified the trigger you may get sued, even in a good shoot, as that is fodder for the "What if" game. What if your trigger was at SAFE factory specs you may have not shot so quickly and my client may be alive today, did you want to shoot at that point, did you know it was going off while my client was maybe face down, and on and on ... just sayingCan the reset on the CCP be customized to be shorter?
I can feel the trigger reset...it's approx. 1/4" before full return. Personally, with the trigger work I had done I see no need to shorten the reset. The pull on our's is smooth and the release is crisp....no drag or grit. I also have a similar condition on my XDs...the reset is also about 1/4" before and everything is very smooth with a much lighter pull weight....about 4.5lb. That's because I had the PRP spring and sear replacement work done.You need to figure out why you can't feel the trigger bar resetting. M1911
Yes, I could just imagine some young punk assistant DA looking to make a name for himself, getting his hands on a Balistics report from a Self Defense shooting showing extensive internal modifications such as those described above. I'd hate to be on the receiving end of that prosecutorial firestorm.I doubt the factory would ... talking suits with law degrees decree I am sure ...
You got that right these days. NJ wanted to put an old man, collector in prison for having an historical piece, flintlock pistol, dueling pistol if you will, when flintlocks are not even considered as firearms and no serial numbers are required or attached to custom ones at least...Yikes
You weren't paying attention to what you were doing in the first place and or didn't have the knowledge or skills to perform and test your work. Thousands of gunsmiths make their living fine tuning firearms everyday. This is just a theoretical discussion to begin with and since a number of firearms have a variety of aftermarket parts specifically dealing with improving trigger pull for a variety of reasons....this question will be inevitably asked about the CCP. You can what if anything to death..reloading, hollow points vs MFJ, bigger turbo, bigger tires. Always follow safe gun handing practices. There are plenty of stock firearms that aren't safe and the owner hasn't done enough shooting or any shooting to know it. M1911what if