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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    HMM? can't help with the inner workings of a taurus semi auto(other than the 1911) but I assume that you DO NOT use a trigger reset and you allow the trigger to move all the way forward?
    Honestly I can't say any of my taurus have a trigger to brag/talk about out of the box except for a couple of my PT1911.
    The short reset on the OEM trigger is one of the selling points IMO...it's that notchy feeling that drove me crazy. Using a wire twist tie to compress the trigger blade and applying the heat gun to both sides provided the relief that I needed. Might need a few applications.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    The short reset on the OEM trigger is one of the selling points IMO...it's that notchy feeling that drove me crazy. Using a wire twist tie to compress the trigger blade and applying the heat gun to both sides provided the relief that I needed. Might need a few applications.
    You should sent this tip to the " hammer mechanics" at Taurus. Tell them to they should issue a "DYSON HAIR DRYER " & a package of wire ties to each repair station. Maybe the quality of the DYSON product will rub off. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxsterboy View Post
    Not sure I understand how this could work?
    Offhand, I'd guess the heating cycles let the spring sink just a little into the plastic, changing the effective spring strength and/or point of engagement.
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    Big Thanks to 777 Driver! Not sure how it worked, but it did. Trigger feels great now. I did notice that the safety blade on the trigger doesn't stick out quite as much as before.

 

 
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