I read somewhere that an “old-school” way of adjusting pre-travel was to weld additional metal to the rear of the trigger bow and then fine tune by filing off excess. This seems like a better fix than welding a bump (or bending adjustment tabs) at the front of the bow, especially in cases like mine where the least OVERTRAVEL adjustment still leaves the sear in a position to be struck by the first click shelf of the hammer. This is on an SA TRP. It’s not the hammer safety notch. It’s the very first click when I manually cock the hammer, some further safety I suppose, but it stands out about 20 thousandths further than the hammer hooks. Any thoughts? Please and thank you!