I did an at home trigger job on my beretta neos about 6 years ago. replaceing the stock sear spring with one from a bic lighter as described in the article below. It improved the trigger greatly and functioned perfectly. today I noticed the trigger reset seemed very slugish. Is it time for a new spring, or would the sear spring have anything to do with the trigger reset? Dirty maybe?
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