Sol, I just took your word. Took it apart…damn that manual safety was happy to be glued together!
I watched a quick vid..and the trick was from full up (on) rotate it down just a smidge, then she came apart.
Trial and error, bend, check, bend check, watching an Atlas video on how the sear springs should line up for reliability and weight, etc, I went from a solid 5.5# to 3#. Not “Wally”…nice, clean crisp. Learned a TON…. Do I have a little ways to go? Yep, don’t we all. But took it upon myself, took 30 minutes or so of trial and error.. Can’t wait to hit the range now…. Thanks for the push Sol. Range report with target pron coming soon.
I also took the time to clean up the safety… where it hits the plunger, with a small file. it was always kinda gritty.
No more.. just cleaned up the area smooth, nice clean on/off of the thumb safety now. It’s nice to look at parts as they start to wear in a bit, clean ‘em up, notice the difference.