I decided I would make a walkthrough with pictures instead of just one long paragraph because, well, sometimes the easiest way to see what's going on is to actually see it
. There have been a lot of threads on this in the past so I thought I would give it a shot.
First here is what you need: A punch (other blunt objects will work as well so don't worry if you don't have one) and your allen wrenches, all of which can be found fairly easy around the house except for the very small one used for the microswitch screws, which is a .050 SAE (Thanks to TWB for looking that up for me)
Alright now you should know how to get the pimp to where it is here:
If not just look in the FAQ on how to remove the trigger frame.
Once you have your pimp like this, just unplug the microswitch and you will have the frame free to move around:
Now we need to get the two small brass screws that hold the microswitch in place out of there. Use the .050 allen wrench to get these out, but be very careful because these strip easy, and in some instances can crack. Just take your time and you will be fine. This picture isn't the best but you can see the two brass screws and their relative location:
Remember how you took the microswitch out, although some people prefer having it flipped. Try it out if you want and see what you like best.
Now that the switch is removed, we need to get the trigger out of the frame. If you are looking on the left side of the frame you should see a pin holding the trigger in place with a tapered edge on the left, again not a very good picture but you get the idea:
Go to the right side of the frame and take your punch and tap the pin out:
Now pull the pin out from the left and you can now slide your trigger out through the top:
Hope this helps anyone who needs help with their trigger. If you need help I am just a pm away