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Hi all,
I'm thinking about replacing the factory trigger on my Custom Classic with this one from Chip McCormick purely for aesthetic reasons. I have two questions:
1) Will this be a trouble-free "drop in" installation?
2) Will it screw up the gun - which is working beautifully?

 

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1) Will this be a trouble-free "drop in" installation?
I installed one in my Springfield Loaded...and it dropped right in. Its one of the few aftermarket triggers that have the trigger shoe the correct size.

2) Will it screw up the gun - which is working beautifully??
Mine ran fine after replacing the stock trigger.


[This message has been edited by vapors750 (edited 08-07-2001).]
 

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<>> CorG, from what i understand, chip mc'cormick had a hand in designing the kimbers. i would think his products would fit no problem. as far as drop in, i don't know. it should not adversly affect the function. raspy
 

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Originally posted by vapors750:
I installed one in my Springfield Loaded.
Hey Vapors,
Is it possible to show a picture of this piece? I have a Springfield that I'm planning on 'fixing' too.
 

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I installed the same trigger in my Kimber Custom (for the same reason
) Dropped in with no problems. You will have to adjust the take-up and overtravel, but that's not dificult.
 

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Originally posted by CorG:
Hey Vapors,
Is it possible to show a picture of this piece? I have a Springfield that I'm planning on 'fixing' too.
Sorry but I don't have a picture of it...and you wouldn't want to see it if I did. Even though its only a few months old...it looks like a war relic now....primarily due to a lot of customization for IPSC. Once I get it "finalized" I'm sending it off to Virgil Tripp to have it hard chromed....then it will look nice.
 
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