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My smith used a STI sear and a McCormick Locke hammer on my Kimber that I use for L10,,,it was breaking at around 2 lbs when it left the shop. So, far nearly 1,000 rounds with no problems.

So, when it came time to do my own trigger work on my Springfield, I chose the same parts. I wasn't as agressive in removing metal, but I got a nice crisp trigger at about 3 to 3.5 lbs.

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