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I need a better grip safety to trigger fit description and fitting guide.
My grip safety does not stop a trigger release when pressed hard enough.
Thumb safety is off. No pressure on grip safety and when pressed hard enough the hammer will fall without grip safety depressed.

I know it's a grip safety to trigger bar adjustment, but can't find a quality explanation on how to adjust it properly. :scratch:
 

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Assuming you've already checked the grip safety arm to the trigger bow and it is intact.

You can lower the grip safety where it will contact the trigger bow (you call it a trigger bar). You will need to lightly remove material from the contact area of the grip safety to mainspring housing (both areas). Go slowly checking the result frequently. A little goes a long ways just a couple of passes with a fine file. That will lower the grip safety onto the trigger, if you go overboard your in the market for a new Grip safety and mainspring housing. You may need to adjust the grip safety leg on the sear spring to get the tension back.
 
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