Originally Posted by asintado
Stimo, I was considering that but I live in the people's republic of California and an aftermarket trigger installed in a firearm is considered "malicious intent" should I find myself in a self defense shoot. The only reason I did the polish is because I personally know some law enforcement who polish their off duty or even carry gun because they're still stock parts thus no malicious intent. However if I go all the way and outfit my XD with PRP products this would give me a reason to buy the Ruger LCR I've been eyeballing.
If you're concerned with "malicious intent" issues, then the polishing you did will probably yield the same result in court.
You've altered the firearm, I'm sure a lawyer could try to pin that on you, stock parts or not.
I don't worry about that stuff myself.
But we have totally different laws here.
Every pistol I've ever carried has had some kind of trigger work done to it.
I do a basic polishing on all metal to metal trigger parts,with the exception of the sear.
I don't polish sears, I leave them alone.
Polishing can make the trigger feel smoother, but it has never made one lighter.
Maybe felt lighter, but no actual change in the pull weight.
I agree with the others on the PRP kit, and like you stated, it will give you another reason to buy another firearm.
That is always a good thing..