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Floor Wood Table Flooring Hardwood Wire Auto part Auto part Here are some pic's of the refacing and trigger Smoothing on the Trigger Bar I Had Talked about in another tread, Your trigger will be smooth as a Baby's butt when you do this , and also the Trigger Re facing I Have sausage fingers and that little Thingy on The Bottom Had to Go, makes more room in the trigger guard , Gun Firearm Trigger Gun accessory Starting pistol :D:D
 

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Thanks for the pictures, it would be great if you could put some descriptions with each picture explaining the process.
 

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OK I Will do that, In the Top picture with the Trigger frame assembly The slot you see is where the Trigger bar rides, In the curved area, I took some 400 sand paper and rolled it into a stiff like pin to clean and smooth the area where the trigger bar will contact clean any hard edges of the guide by rounding the edges , in the proceeding pictures with the trigger Bar I took a file and rounded the edges if the trigger Bar that contacts the frame and then followed with 400 to smooth out ,on the trigger bar where the backside of the Striker contacts I also smooth out that top of the area , you will notice that the trigger bar scrapes the side of the frame when assembled, clean up the side of the trigger bar and frame where it Makes contact , Bumper Rim Metal Office equipment see photo, hope this helps , Happy Shooting !!
 

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Well, as long as your modifications work safely, that's all that matters. Good job btw! ;)
 
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