Is this a job a gunsmith apprentice should take on? It's practice, no charge for my time. I know, I know, triggers are the LAST thing I should be working on. But I have done 2 1911 triggers, and they are much more in depth I believe. Any thoughts?
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This looks like you are asking for an opinion.
So, my opinion is:
If you have to ask if you should take it on, then "No".
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Got figured out. Had to do a little light reading, field stripping will get me to where I need to be on this on.
Just leave yourself a way to go back (if needed).