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Old 08-31-2009, 07:36 PM   #1
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Finally got around to putting the new Fusion trigger in the Commander last evening. Wanted an adjustable in it but the shiny aluminum just didn't look right. The black anodized trigger looks much better to me...

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The Mil-Spec got a new trigger as well:



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Old 08-31-2009, 07:54 PM   #2
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That looks good. I prefer the darker colors as well. The real question is, does it work?



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That looks good. I prefer the darker colors as well. The real question is, does it work?
Actually yes. Working on the series 80 guns is a tad more complex but not difficult at all...
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They look good. Is there any advantage to the Fusion trigger, or is it just aesthetics?

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Fusion makes good stuff so these are quality triggers. The Colt already had an adjustable so it was for looks in that one. The Springer just had a factory short trigger so it's functional for that one...

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Thanks, I was wondering.



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