So I did a fair amount of internal work on my PT1911. With everything back together I'm reading 4.52 lbs on average on trigger pull with little to no play what-so ever on the trigger. With the slide off its a good deal lighter and has a much more crisp glass-like feeling. (No I'm not beating the frame with the hammer). I figure the difference in trigger pulls is the firing-pin-safety-plunger spring. This is why I've dubbed this style of series 80 the 'series pain-in-the-@s$', because it screws with the trigger pull rather than activating off of the beavertail safety like I've heard other styles might. Of course that's not the only reason. I lost my original firing-pin-safety-plunger spring and tried to replace it with one from a colt Series 80 and it was pretty heavy comparatively to get in, even with cuttong some of the coils. So my question is where do I get the original Taurus PT1911 firing-pin-safety-plunger spring from? I've tried Numrich's, Midway USA, and Brownells, but no luck.