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The trigger

Discussion in 'The Browning Hi Power Club' started by circa81, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. circa81

    circa81

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    With something like the cylinder-slide treatment, how is the trigger pull and reset on a hi power compared to say a good 1911?
     
  2. bac1023

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    The HP can get close to a good 1911 with some work.
     

  3. ca survivor

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    my HP must be defective it's got such a good light trigger :rofl: built in 1989 though
     
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  4. Veedubklown

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    I significantly reduced my trigger travel by welding an over-travel stop to the front of my trigger, then filing it down to fit the frame. Once the sear drops, the trigger stops. The hard part was getting the trigger bar to reset on the sear lever. Came out beautifully though.

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