GUN trigger installed *cellphone pics*

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  1. jeri534

    jeri534 OT Supporter

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    Decided to take apart my 1911 tonight and install my Berryhill Short trigger.

    The 1911 was super easy to take apart, and fitting the trigger was a breeze also. The nice thing about the trigger is the fixed overtravel stop on the inside of the trigger gets rid of the ugly hole in the front of most triggers, and it gives the trigger an overall better look, trigger pull is about 4lb now, not as much creep as the stock one...very satisfied.

    Sorry for the crap pics, dont have my camera for the weekend

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  2. Paul Revere

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    nice gun
     
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    sweet blaster :coold:
     
  4. Hooligan

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    You know it's tactical because it says so on the side.

    :cool: I like it.
     
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    Looks pretty good.

    I assume you have smaller hands? I only say that because I wear a size L glove and I just can't do the short trigger's on 1911's. I end up using the second section (or joint) of my finger because it curls around so much.
     
  6. jeri534

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    I have medium to large size hands, but my grips are pretty big, and instead of curling my finger to pull straight back on the standard trigger, I can just pivot the 2nd knuckle for a much easier pull and less push/pull affecting the trigger
     

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