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1911 problem

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by KingRufus, Feb 13, 2010.

  1. So I just got a CZ SP01 custom and shooting SA it breaks at around 2lbs.
    So my problem is my Springfield Mil-Spec is my favorite pistol I own(but that darn CZ is catching up quick-due to such a smooth trigger pull), question is there a drop-in kit that can cure my ailments. I would like to keep from spending too much also, Please tell me that there is something I can do to solve this. Also neither are carried so no worries there.

    Thanks for any help,
  2. Brass Nazi

    Brass Nazi NO BRASS FOR U!

    Jul 4, 2005
    Any competent gunsmith should be able to do a nice trigger job on a 1911.

  3. RH45


    May 14, 2003
    Fond du Lac, WI
    There are some kits that should get you down around 2# that are SUPOSED to be drop-in kits, but, sometimes do require some fitting because, believe it, or not, all pistol frames are not perfectly square, or have the holes exactly the same.

    One kit that comes to mind is the Extreme Engineering.
  4. Don-wayne


    Jun 15, 2008
    Brazo's kit is the best I've found. You will need to fit your thumb safety to the sear.
  5. Rinspeed

    Rinspeed JAFO

    Feb 28, 2001

    I've heard the kits by EE are as good as they get and are in fact the same as the Cylinder and Slide kits.
  6. tlen


    Feb 11, 2009
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2010
  7. PlasticGuy


    Jul 10, 2000
    There are good drop in kits that will cut down the trigger pull of your Springfield. That said, nothing drop in will give you a 2# pull. A lot of good gunsmiths can make that happen, but a drop in kit that is truly safe is limited to about 3.5 or 4 pounds.