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Are triger assemblies drop in? Can a non smith replace a triger assembly with out any smithing skills.

I have a Kimber Pro CarryII that after 10K+ rounds still has a gritty feeling triger pull in comparison to my CDP II.

If I purchase an assembly, will it likely operate properly and safely?

This gun will not be used for protection / defense.

It will be used for IDPA / practice.

The creep / gritty feel is only noticed when slow bullseye type shooting.

I am going to replace the extractor due to very loose fit and thought I might try to get rid of the gritty triger pull while at it.

Should I try to replace it or leave it alone.

Thanks in advance for any info...
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