A very good point. Brownell's sells a trigger which has a built up pad in that area instead of a screw. It's fitted (by someone who knows how, of course) by filing this pad down to proper tolerence for the individual pistol. After that, no screws, no overtravel, & no worries.Chuck S said:If you're going to use this as a carry pistol ensure the "match" trigger doesn't include prone to fail set setscrews. They're great on the range for limiting over travel and quick reset, but not so great in stressful situations where they've been known to defeat red locktite and fall out.