Originally Posted by ZombieKiller83
I agree to an extent. The Ruger is a better looking pistol as I much prefer the internal extractor and its just a smoother looking pistol but function wise I've gotta give it to the Sig. The trigger is much smoother with around a 4lb pull where as the Ruger is a bit rough with I would say closer to a 5lb pull. The Sig is more accurate as well for me. The Ruger trigger is getting smoother as i put more rounds down the pipe. Both are very nice pistols and I intend to keep both for years to come. Its safe to say at this point I've caught the 1911 bug!
It won't perform miracles, but get some KG-10 Dry Lube & put some on the sear. I use a doubled pipe cleaner, dipped in the KG-10 & slip it down in front of the cocked hammer (empty gun of course) & ride the hammer down onto it, squeezing the KG-10 onto the sear. I've seen it lower pull weight 1/2 to 3/4 lbs. It will not correct for flaws, rough parts, etc. I also like it on the trigger mechanism. It is a liquid, but dries quickly.
Hint: The black will wash off your hands, but not out of your clothes!