One precaution to be observed is that the overtravel can be reduced too much. This creates a situation where the trigger will not move forward enough to allow the sear to spring upward which prevents the gun from being cocked. The gap between the trigger and sear as described earlier must therefore be visible to the naked eye. When the proper gap is accomplished, the two locking set screws loosened earlier can he tightened on the adjusting screw, locking the adjustment screw in place. Be careful not to overtighten the set screws.
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