I picked up a nearly-new Norinco 1911 over the weekend. Nicest one for fit and finish I have ever seen. However, the disappointment with this pistol lies in the fact that it has a trigger that feels like it's about ten pounds, and you can feel the disconnector dragging hard on the underside of the slide when you hand cycle it. When I buy a 1911 new or used, I detail strip it and put in a Wilson spring kit with an 18.5# recoil spring. I am thinking when I do this, I can get some of the tension off the trigger and disconnector as well. I did a Search, and what I came up with was to be very careful when loosening tension on the sear spring. I don't want the thing going full auto, nor do I want hammer follow. Don't have a trigger-pull gauge. I don't plan on having a "trigger job" done on this one, but I do want a more manageable trigger than what it now has, and I don't want the disconnector dragging so hard. I know that the right hand leaf controls nothing but the grip safety tension, so leave it alone. Can I have some pointers on the best way to accomplish this myself. I figured I'd ask before starting to mess around with it and creating a dangerous situation.