As I've mentioned before, my Commander is a Series 80 Colt with that little firing pin block doohickey thing. The trigger is also a little stiff than other 1911s I've used. There is some thought from various sources that the doohickey contributes to the stiffness.
The question in my mind now, what do do about it?
Do I take it to the gunsmith to get other parts of the trigger group tuned up and thus improve it that way?
Do I go the big money route and get a whole new slide done up that is missing this feature?
A commenter mentioned that Brownells has parts for swapping out some of the firing pin block stuff that is supposed to help but I can't for the life of me find it on the website.
Or, the most likely route, do nothing, and get used to the trigger as it is. Which isn't really that bad.
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