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Old 12-21-2011, 07:15 PM
John Eastwood John Eastwood is offline
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Performance Center Trigger Job




I would like a 3.5lbs trigger job on my E-Series 1911. According to the S&W Performance Center on their website, the closest thing they offer is the ''Action Job''. What exactly does that entail? Thoughts?
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Old 12-22-2011, 08:43 PM
jja327 jja327 is offline
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I had the action job done on my SW 1911 while at the factory to have the sights repaired. They stoned the sear and hammer, polished the disconnector (head and trigger contact), polished the spring, and deburred the back of the slide stop. I am not an expert on trigger jobs and don't know what the trigger pull is but it is better than factory (which was already pretty good) and the cost can't be beat.
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Old 12-22-2011, 10:40 PM
John Eastwood John Eastwood is offline
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Pretty good info. I am looking for a lighter pull than the factory 5lbs. trigger pull, and a little less creep. Keeping the warranty in tact is a big factor as well. I have yet to put JHP's downrange and if I do get any malfunctions, I'll be able to send in the gun with no questions asked because it's a factory job.
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Old 12-29-2011, 02:34 PM
John Eastwood John Eastwood is offline
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So apparently, nobody has a clue. I would like the creep gone from my trigger and lighter to boot. Any help is appriciated. Aftermarket is fine but I prefer reputable sources who are familiar with S&W 1911's.
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