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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolverFan View Post
    I would jump on Brownell's website and do some looking around Brownells Search : Search Results for "1911 trigger" - World's Largest Supplier of Firearm Accessories, Gun Parts and Gunsmithing Tools - BROWNELLS.

    In addition, give the Brownell's folks a call. They are pretty knowledgeable people and might be able to help you find what you are looking for.
    Thanks for the tip. I've been looking at triggers for like 2 days so I'm pretty burned out!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankieFigs View Post
    I had to adjust the over travel on my stock trigger. The screw had worked its way out to the point that the shoe was acting as the over travel stop. I did it the exact way you described & it works great!
    A little blue loctite on the set screw before you install and immediately before you adjust it should solve the backing out problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankieFigs View Post
    Thanks for the tip. I've been looking at triggers for like 2 days so I'm pretty burned out!!


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    I have short fingers and have switched all my 1911s to short triggers, including my PT1911. I used a Greider Precision short trigger, it took very little fitting and has worked great.

    GREIDER PRECISION 1911 AUTO V-SERIES MATCH TRIGGER - Brownells



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    GEEEZZZ!!!
    all these short fingered people trying to shoot a 1911, and then the ones that have them "SOOOFT" hands and need to wear gloves to shoot!
    Damn what Would George Patton and John Browning think if they came back and read this!!---

    Gotta go put some conditioner in my hair, put on my mans purse and go to the range and shoot my guns now!---
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    GEEEZZZ!!!
    all these short fingered people trying to shoot a 1911, and then the ones that have them "SOOOFT" hands and need to wear gloves to shoot!
    Damn what Would George Patton and John Browning think if they came back and read this!!---

    Gotta go put some conditioner in my hair, put on my mans purse and go to the range and shoot my guns now!---

    My hair would not be this beautifully soft without conditioner, it's called a Murse and the gloves keep my manicure from being damaged!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stallard View Post
    My hair would not be this beautifully soft without conditioner, it's called a Murse and the gloves keep my manicure from being damaged!!!!
    There must have been something wrong with the stuff I used to use on my hair. I think somebody put defoliant in the bottle by mistake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stallard View Post
    I have short fingers and have switched all my 1911s to short triggers, including my PT1911. I used a Greider Precision short trigger, it took very little fitting and has worked great.

    GREIDER PRECISION 1911 AUTO V-SERIES MATCH TRIGGER - Brownells


    Thanks for the feedback!!

    You guys crack me up!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dbeardslee View Post
    There must have been something wrong with the stuff I used to use on my hair. I think somebody put defoliant in the bottle by mistake.
    Yea, i must have gotten a bottle from the same lot number!
    And welcome to the forum Frankie, obviously these guys have no manners at all.
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    The reason i need a short trigger.
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