It's amazing what a little polishing can do.Did you do any measuring of the trigger pull prior to tearing it down for the work?
Sometimes I remember to do a before mods. check/recording of measurements and sometimes I forget. Yeah, I can tell it's better, but I don't have the numbers.
It should be a lot smoother if you do the polishing of the moving parts. Some people polish everything, I seldom polish more than the trigger/sear/sear block moving parts.
Good luck with your work.
Springer Precision is doing the work.... I'm almost certain that they do have a machine... They're alot more reasonable on their prices too....Looks amazing and like a great time at the range! The stippling looks really well done(I'm going to guess they must have a machine to be so precise).
I've thought about trying it myself but was too afraid to mess up.... You did a great job on yours! One of these days, I'm definitely gonna give it a shot....I'm a huge fan of stippling the frames on the XD. I did all my frames my self. It was great because it allowed my to try/test every step of the stippling. I started basic when worked up from there. Once I found what I like I stuck with it. I feel that once I did the beaver tale and hand webbing area it just sticks. Feels amazing, a few people at my local range that tried my XDsc asked me how much do I charge. Iv had to turn them down as I don't feel comfortable working on strangers arms.
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