After shooting several hundred rounds through it simply this:
Get an APEX sear spring, sear, and trigger spring for it.
Void factory warranty by beating on it with a hammer and removing parts (click to well, you know):
Sear assembly on the right. New sear lower right on the punch block.
Then move to the trigger assembly to replace the trigger spring:
Trigger assembly to the right. Ambidextrous slidestop levers to far right. Trigger housing to upper center above the slide.
APEX provided a slave pin for this and it helped!
Then beat on it some more and you get this:
So now I have a trigger that is MUCH smoother and has a quicker reset. Almost like my 1911. It is worth the effort!
Oh crap! NOW they tell me to have this installed by a competent gunsmith! I should have read the directions first.
FTC crap. I payed for all of this, thank you very much!
So I briefly entertained the thought today to audition for the 4th season of Top Shot. Any thoughts?