1911 trigger fit issue.

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  • Big Phil

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    So I have a series 70 that I want to put a new trigger in. I dropped the trigger in put everything back together, rack the slide, pull the trigger and nothing happens. Funny thing is when I put the original trigger back in it functions correctly.

    I'm sure you'll need more details but I wanted to put my question out there to see if anyone had dealt with this before.


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    Big Phil

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    It is adjustable, the new trigger is longer but the dimensions of the trigger bars are the same


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    Dawico

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    Have you un-adjusted it? If it is adjusted too far the gun will not fire as the trigger can't move back far enough to release the sear.
     

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