You’ll have to watch the video to get the full message and back stories. But in brief, if you don’t know or have the ability to measure metal surface and interior hardness?
If you don’t have the ability to re-harden or re-coat that metal with surface treatments to replicate that hardness?
You have ZERO business engaging in DIY trigger jobs. Doubly so if it is another person’s gun.
The only reason most of these “bubba trigger jobs” are “fine” is due to the fact these guns aren’t really shot that much. Taking a trigger that should be fine for 30,000 to 100,000 ignitions and having it die at 3,000 ignitions isn’t “fine” or the definition of “success”.
It’s ghetto/hillbilly bullshit.
Now factor in work and duty guns into the equation? And some people…usually on the same internet that tells people DIY trigger jobs are fine… actually wonder why agencies are super stringent about mods to their guns (sic).
Don’t do it!
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