Just got her back today everything went smooth as butter and she looks purdy good.
Range time tomorrow
First to the OP: That's a very nice pistol you have there and hope you get a lot of enjoyment and utility from it. Regarding the flat trigger, I have 3 now.Flat trigger is catching my eye more and more
No, it shouldn't be. You should probably go and have it welded shut.Yeah, that shouldn't be visible should it?
First to the OP: That's a very nice pistol you have there and hope you get a lot of enjoyment and utility from it. Regarding the flat trigger, I have 3 now.
FYI in case you don't know who offers what. There's probably others but these are the ones I know.
The 10-8 flat trigger has a fixed overtravel stop and requires a little filing for fit. No biggie. The 10-8 is considered a long/flat.
Wilson Combat has the adjustable overtravel screw and it too is considered long/flat.
Chambers Custom Pistols has the adjustable overtravel screw and offer a short/flat and medium/flat.
No, it shouldn't be. You should probably go and have it welded shut.
For reals tho, it's hit or miss with that hole showing. Totally subjective to the thumb safety used, how it's blended to the frame, and how the frame is contoured. Varies gun to gun, and some of the nicest customs out there show that hole. Now quit worrying about it, quit picking it apart with a fine tooth comb, and go shoot it (or sell it?) already! Lol