Pistolwrench, we're listening......Could I ask you, though, to explain this a little further? I'm missing something important here, and I want to make sure I understand your point.pistolwrench said:When adjusting take-up/pre-travel BE SURE you maintain adequate sear engagement in the hammer half-cock notch.
Most ammers require a minimum of .040"-.060" of pre-travel. If in doubt, err on the side of caution.
As I mentioned above, this screw regulates the trigger overtravel (how much the trigger moves back AFTER the hammer has fallen). If you have messed with this without knowing what you were doing, you may be the potential owner of a FULLY-automatic pistol.jimbullet said:So far, what I have only done was to adjust the screw on the trigger but found that this does nothing to correct this.