Okay, next question, on my Series 80 gun, thee woul no way then to jus replace the actual trigger without affecting travel, lenght of pull, etc?
All I really want to do is get rid of the plastic trigger and still maintain the current pull, safety, and reliability the gun has now.
Just curious, but what is it about the polymer trigger you dislike so much? I have a Colt Gov't enhanced from the 1990's with the polymer trigger pad, and a newer Commander with the aluminum trigger pad, and both work just fine. Even now after some 20years, the polymner trigger pad has no noticeable wear. I just cannot see the point of swapping it out is all, especially if all is working just fine (and assuming you do not want a completely different trigger pad profile, like a straight trigger or such).