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Thought I would ask the question. In the past I have liked a smooth trigger face on my 1911's instead of the serrated ones. I have filed and finished my trigger faces smooth. and feel it allows my finger to adjust easier if needed when on the trigger.
Since I just started working with a new carry pistol [Kimber CDP] , thought I would ask others opinions before smooting the trigger face on this one.
Best to you and thanks for your help.
 

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I prefer a smooth face myself.

C&S and 10-8 both make a smooth face 1911 trigger.
 

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It's your choice - not a logical one

It's your choice - not a logical one.

Jerry Miculek likes a serrated trigger and it works for him - doesn't mean anybody else should although it implies somebody else might.

Some folks fiddle with serrations just as others do different front strap treatments to allow the finger to move smoothly across the pad then to grip the pad when pressure is applied - the good thing is there are choices the bad thing is folks have to choose one.

Dave Berryhill offers fine triggers in a choice of length and serrated or smooth as well.
 

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I prefer smooth for range guns. Serrerated ones tend to abrade my trigger finger in long range sessions.
 
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