Originally Posted by Slawth
All good advice. Now- Outside of the site jig cane turned me on to I do not own, not have I ever taken more than a mini screwdriver to any of my pistols. What am I fitting with? Emery cloth? small file? dremmel
Should I go at it nice and ssssllloooow with my die grinder?
Is this how it starts? Next thing I'll be over in the AR section trying to learn how to build a rifle over the internet...
A small file will do it, BUT
, baby steps
because if you take off too much material you will need to go buy another GS!
A well-fitted GS can eliminate the need for a mechanical over-travel screw on the trigger.
Before you do anything, you will need to understand the function of the GS! Study it, read about it, BECOME IT!
The frustration comes in when you remove material, reassemble ALL
the parts and find it requires more filing. (The gun MUST
be completely assembled to test the function of the GS!) Do not start this process an hour before you plan on going to the range!
If you do find a ‘true’ drop-in part, I am confident you will be able to fit this upgrade with little trouble. Just take it slow.
, if you EVER
use the word Dremmel again on this Firearms forum I will drag out the Ban Hamster and point him in your direction! Capisce?
If you own one and I get wind you have used it on a firearm, I will personally drive up there and teach you what an old man is physically capable of doing to young whippersnappers. I will fold you like a lawn chair!
The Dremmel tool has done more to destroy firearms than any Brady Bill left wing loony anti-gun movement!