You could also just buy a brand-new trigger plate assembly from the factory. Might seem unnecessary, but once you factor in gunsmith work for complete disassembly and re-assembly plus an anodizing service, you might actually come out ahead in price. Plus, you'll have all-new trigger parts that are 100% up-to-date - including one-third of the flex-tab update. Just something to keep in mind.
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