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Looks like the grip, just above the trigger and behind the trigger guard screws, isn’t fully seated. This can cause alignment issues with the trigger now and ignition components. That’s my guess
 

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Why would you disassemble the gun to install grips? Am I missing something here? Someone lost his screwdriver in the grip.
I suspect the grip was removed in order to be stippled. One would remove the mainspring housing (and main spring itself) to stipple, thus needing to reassemble at least the mainspring housing itself, and the sear spring.
 

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Agree with those above that suspect sear or sear spring.

Hammer seems to have full travel and is under tension so msh/mainspring are probably OK.

Can the trigger pre-travel be reduced enough to cause this?

It’s a bit of a pita but taking apart a 2011 is close enough to taking apart a 1911.
 
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