|06-17-2002, 12:34 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2002
Can anyone tell me if doing this to a non-Gold Cup receiver is much of a big deal/costly to have done by a pistolsmith? Is it within the realm of a careful 1911 hobby-ist to do himself?
Thanks so much.
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|06-17-2002, 05:39 AM||#2|
Join Date: May 2001
Location: Houston, Texas
Had it done twenty years ago. I was into doing anything to add more bells and whistles to my gun. If somebody did it, I had to have it. What a mistake!
The wider surface spreads the feel of trigger pull over a larger part of your trigger finger. It feels different. Anything that feels different gets noticed -for a while. I don't think it offered any advantage in trigger technique or led to more accuracy.
It was, IMHO, a waste of my money. You may love it. If you can't find a smith. The guy who did a beautiful job 20 years ago is still working and turning out master quality work.
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