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SACS trigger job..

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Cerebrus, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. Cerebrus

    Cerebrus Guest

    What a difference! When I initially got my Loaded, I thought that the trigger was way to heavy and gritty. Off to SACS it goes, they tell me that the trigger is within spec (5-& lbs) iirc. To me if felt too heavy so I have them take it down to 4.5 lbs. Needless to say the difference is remarkable, until I really get used to it, it is a double tapping machine. I was doing some trigger reset drills and that second shot seemed like it was released by a mouse fart. :shocked: My grouping was not the greatest, but still combat effective at 15 yds. If anyone is looking to have some trigger work done, I highly recommend SACS. The turn around time was negligible, and it was an $80 well spent. I will definitely be using them again for any future work. :supergrin:
     
  2. Hokie1911

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    If you think you DT with that thing....imagine shooting Quack's TM. That thing DT'd when I blinked. :rofl:
     


  3. Cerebrus

    Cerebrus Guest

    I am almost afraid to put that flat trigger in now.. this thing is perfect the way it is..
     
  4. Greyhoundman

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    The first trigger job I did was like that, not fun.
     
  5. Quack

    Quack Rent this space

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    I did my trigger on my TM to 2#'s on purpose. Hokie just wasn't used to it. Knedrgr DT's with my STI Edge, and that's a 2.5# trigger.
     
  6. Hokie1911

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    I shot your STI and didn't DT once....but DT'd the TM a few times. :wow:
     
  7. drc767

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    Go buy a CO Arms.....you won't be so worried about a doubletap after you empty a mag with one pull of the trigger. :)
     
  8. Hokie1911

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    Sweeeeeet. A 1911 Glock18.....and it's legal.

    "Uhhh no officer, this is a SA only, unmodified from the factory." :supergrin:
     
  9. bac1023

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    I hear you Dave.

    Those guns are poor quality. The two at my shop are still sitting there. If they dropped the price about $500, I might give one a try, but I'm not paying $1200 for a 1911 of that quality.
     
  10. bac1023

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    :rofl:
     
  11. i'm sitting around watching saving private ryan for the 30th time simply because i've nothing else to do for 2 mths, and i'm trying to imagine what it would be like getting stitched with 30 rds of 230 gr ball from a thompson. that still has to be one hell of a cqb weapon. and yes, i want one.:cool:
     
  12. bac1023

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    Yeah, the Thompson was a hell of a close quarters weapon.
     
  13. Hokie1911

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    Yeah, but it doesn't blow up tanks like Capt Miller's 1911. :supergrin:
     
  14. Nickpisp

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