I bought my GS2 a few months ago when my son got me re-interested in shooting. I was a revolver guy but couldn't pass up a mint used GS2 for $150 from Cabella's gun library. Love this gun! With so little cost in the gun, I put Lakeline's striker guide and recoil assembly in. The striker guide didn't really improve the trigger, but I like having steel there, now. Also, the recoil assembly is great! Makes the gun a bit heavier where I want it, so that helps with second shots. Also, I love the security of steel. And, I just like how that stainless button looks at the end of the barrel! But, the trigger had a hitch that I think came from the trigger safety. So, after cleaning the gun, dry firing it hundreds of times and putting 500+ rounds through it, I did something I thought would never work to fix the hitch. I put shrink wrap around the trigger to permanently depress the trigger safety blade. And, IT WORKED! Brand new smoothness that cost me 25 cents. 500 rounds later, still doing great. Sorry about the thread sub-title, I just wanted to use the stupid "weird tip" you see in all the web advertising.