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The click you hear is normal with all disconnectors. The disconnector is under spring tension (from the sear spring), so it will make this noise whenever the slide is cycled, and the disconnector "springs" up. The noise you hear is the disconnector contacting the sear pin - perfectly normal.
 

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Ahhhh!!! You may be hearing the disconnector hitting the slide. Brownell's sells a disconnector notch "scraper" tool, that deepens the notch. This may help. Also, make sure that the bottom end of the disconnector is free from marks/scores where it contacts the trigger bow. A quick, light polish of this surface wouldn't hurt. Also, a drop of good lube on this surface and where the middle sear spring arm contacts the disconnector wouldn't hurt. Make sure that the "crud" is cleaned out of the disconnector tunnel as well.

Hope this helps.
 
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