Another thing I've discovered after doing this job on my Anchorage XD40sc is that the plastic and metal parts of the pistol contact at different rates when it gets cold outside. I found that the overtravel stop adjustment was fine at room temperature but the sear would not release at all after about 30 minutes at 10 deg F.
I ended up leaving the gun out on the deck for an hour and then sanding the overtravel stop enough to get the sear to release the striker. There is now much more travel at room temperature than I'd like, but it works at any temperature.
Try this yourself by putting your pistol in the freezer for an hour or so, empty but cocked. Pick it up and, after verifying that it's unloaded, pull the trigger. If it releases-great, but if not, you'll need to do some more sanding and re-freezing until it's reliable.
If it doesn't freeze where you live, I'd still recommend checking it using the fridge. That would ensure it would work down to about 35 deg F at least.
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