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Keep the trigger moving?

Post by Magload on 5/11/2017, 9:22 am

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Guys I don't want to be difficult but I just don't get this concept.  I can understand keep applying pressure but if my trigger moves any it breaks.  I have KC's triggers in my LB and Nelson and I am darn if I can feel any movement before the break.  Yes there is a little pre travel  that has no tention at all but that is very little.  I have sit here closed my eyes and squeezed slowly and if there is any trigger movement it is very very small.  If I started that movement before I neared the X ring I would be shooting the top of the black or 8 ring.  It maybe just me.  It maybe just the triggers, but I need to get this right as I understand it is not like my benchresting the gun where I hold the 1 MOA dot or crosshairs on the X and squeeze.  My 70 year old reactions time and the time it takes the bullet to leave the barrel after the trigger breaks leaves the dot somewhere other then the X.  So move the trigger or apply the pressure.  Don
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Post by daflorc on 7/6/2017, 9:12 pm



If I can't shoot good I can at least look good doing it.  It is easy to remove the shoes so I will try that.  I really don't think my poor shooting is because of the shoes but I am not so hard headed that I won't remove them.  I do have several other 1911s they would look just a good on.  I also have 2 extra of Franks shoes so if removing them doesn't help I can put those on.  Don
I'll tell you what, I had a shoe made for my wadcutter and I couldn't hit anything when using it. I gave it a good effort, too. And if the shoe is preventing you from feeling your $200 roll trigger's roll, that's not good. The roll trigger was a huge help for me - brought my scores from the 270's into the 280's almost overnight.

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Post by Magload on 7/6/2017, 9:53 pm

daflorc wrote:


If I can't shoot good I can at least look good doing it.  It is easy to remove the shoes so I will try that.  I really don't think my poor shooting is because of the shoes but I am not so hard headed that I won't remove them.  I do have several other 1911s they would look just a good on.  I also have 2 extra of Franks shoes so if removing them doesn't help I can put those on.  Don
I'll tell you what, I had a shoe made for my wadcutter and I couldn't hit anything when using it. I gave it a good effort, too. And if the shoe is preventing you from feeling your $200 roll trigger's roll, that's not good. The roll trigger was a huge help for me - brought my scores from the 270's into the 280's almost overnight.

Removing them tomorrow.  I am not going to the range this month as I am spending the whole month dry firing.  I am not getting anywhere shooting everyday just using a lot of ammo.  I might have to do a score check with out the shoes.  Don
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