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Fixed my shield trigger pull

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Kahr33556, Nov 27, 2013.

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  1. Kahr33556

    Kahr33556 Member

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    under close examination using an eye loop.
    the striker lever had a slight raised area(burr) and the trigger bar was rough where it contacts the striker block.
    I stoned the raised spot off the striker lever and put a slight radius on the end.
    I then stoned the angle and front of the trigger bar to remove the roughness where it contacts the striker block.
    Wow what a difference,crisp but lighter about like my Kahr trigger now.
    I'm a happy camper now,any lighter now would be no good for a carry gun.
    update added pics,best I could do with my phone.
    I stoned the angle and face where it contacts the fireing pin block 1 st pic.
    second pic was what I thing relly fixed the problem there was a raised area on the striker lever I stoned off.
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  2. verdun59

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    I love a story that ends well. Keep shooting .......
     
  3. F-111 John

    F-111 John Member

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    Any chance of some close-up pics of the polished parts?
     
  4. 9mmepiphany

    9mmepiphany Moderator

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    I may look at doing that to my striker too. The contact between the sear and the lower protrusion of the striker just doesn't seem even.

    That upper extension on my trigger bar is a bit rough too. I can feel it when I'm slowly pressing for longer shots.

    Which grit did you use on the striker?
    I'd be interested in seeing a profile picture to see the radius you put on it
     
  5. jfrey

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    Installing the Apex striker block will work wonders too.
     
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