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Old 09-15-2018, 05:03 PM
StriderTacticaL StriderTacticaL is offline
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C&S S80 trigger pull reduction kit?

Anyone have any experience with these? Brownells has one that is coated in moly so it appears black instead of gold colored.

Thinking about trying it out in my Colt Combat Unit 45. I wouldn't be using the hammer and sear pins anyway since I installed an ambi safety and use flat pins...possibly negating some of the benefit.

Or should I just do a Glock 25 cent trigger job-style polish on the engagement surfaces of the series 80 parts to produce the same results?

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Old 09-22-2018, 05:13 AM
Totally Tactical Totally Tactical is offline
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I used one of their Gold colored kits in a Colt Gold Cup.
But I also installed a C&S Super match 3.5 lb trigger kit in at the same time.

If you looking for a lighter trigger pull I don't think the series safety kit will do alot. It does give the better frame lever to lift the plunger completely.

I will say that the trigger kits give a awesome trigger pull.
It's pretty much switch parts, set the pull weight with a trigger pull guage and bending the left sear spring leaf until you hit the right poundage.

Safety check and then of to the range to enjoy a much improved gun
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Old 09-22-2018, 05:58 AM
Bayou52 Bayou52 is offline
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I had a C&S CS0226 3.5 pound match kit installed in my SR1911. Kit works as advertised as pull is 3.5 pounds with no creep.

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