ok well i hammered the bearing back into the center of the trigger, put a washer on each side and hammered the pin back in.
Now either I don't have the trigger pin in all the way (it is flush with the gripframe on the side you hammer into) or this thing is meant to be sloppy. There is a pretty good amount of side to side slop, as compared to the stock trigger.
I can tell why too, the cp trigger is so much skinnier than the stock, the stock will make contact with the inside of the gripframe far sooner than the cp and it's washers.
Last edited by Skoad : 07-07-2004 at 07:52 PM.