I have a RRA lower with the bobtailed hammer. I recently purchased the CMMG .22 kit. Works fine. Now I want to lighten up my trigger with some JP yellows. Word has it that I will get light strikes and I need to cut the bob off my hammer on the lower to increase the speed of the hammer so I can continue to use the CMMG conversion bolt without light strikes.
My question is this: "Is there any downside to cutting the bob off the hammer to lighten the load?" Will it create any problems when I switch back to .223 of 556.? If there is no downside, why doesn't everyone do it?