Was going to put in a ed brown Grip safety but no go as you see to much metal removing
Jerry are you meaning to say 'lightened' rather than 'serrated"? Triggers with holes or other voids in them, like this Wilson?... On aluminum triggers the serrated ones really don't reduce weight enough to do anything. It has become more of a "custom look" thing than anything...
OK, so..... would I be correct in assuming that given the choice between 2 solid triggers (steel vs. aluminum) you would chose the lighter aluminum one? I understand that minimum clearance and smooth bearing surfaces are the key factor here. Looks aside - I'm just wondering how much of a concern it is (if any) to most folks here regarding the actual mass of their trigger.Jerry is right there is no difference between swiss Cheese and a solid .. ?back when real steel triggers were used it mattered.
I prefer the looks no function difference
Exactly, and obviously more likely with a heavier steel trigger. The reason the videcki trigger created such a folllowing and so many companies copying it.During Recoil the Triggers Weight can cause the sear to bounce and not grab on the Hammer Hooks and make the Gun Fire again or go full auto .. only happens with 4# or less triggers and Barely with any at 4#'s more towards 3# or less can bounce..