After looking at the trigger fit to the disconnector/sear, I noticed that if I use a center punch rounded off I could dimple the back of the bow at the contact location for the disconnector and remove the trigger slack. I did just that and managed to get the slack down to about 0.010". Almost none. I watched the trigger disconnector/sear fit, and noted that the way the disconnector/sear pin fits, the parts do not rotate. I reassembled the gun, ran through all of the functional checks for a 1911 to make certain that nothing would inadvertantly trip the hammer then test fired the gun remotely. It worked flawlessly. I then proceeded to test it by hand and noted that I really like the lack of trigger slack. I have never seen anything like this and of course I wonder about the validity of what I did. Any one try this or have any thoughts about this?