Originally Posted by mjkeat
Nice story. How?
He installed the trigger pin above the spring with a twist so that the trigger was still engaged by the spring. It caused the trigger to require a greater amount of force to squeeze it. Also, he had the shepherds hook on top of the hammer pin. It was awkward, and as he put it- "unreasonably difficult to install." I think the shepherds hook was binding with the hammer spring coils too. Anyway, properly positioning everything did the trick.