sure, there are some things. ive put a trigger stop on my benchmark for the sole purpose that while its a lighter pull, its a lot longer than the stock frame. it still pulls just a bit farther than it needs to, so i dont starve it out, but the point is, things can be done. messing with the rod causes wear. okay, but maybe people dont mind buying new parts every now and then at the cost of getting a nice trigger AT THE TIME. ive adjusted my rod before. killed my on off. will never do it again. but wait i did just a little, because i didnt learn. now my pull is not only lighter, but my on off as shown no wear other than one little knick in almost 7 months? so let the unskooled little children play with their mags. the first people who tried had to screw up to teach all of us the EASY wayof listening to whats right. but its fun to tinker, right or wrong. eventually they get smart, and probably smarter than most of us. shoot they're already smarter than me. course thats not an accomplishment, anyway, the morale of the story is, flaming comments should be kept to a minimun. dont flame unless responding to a DIRECT attack on yourself, and even then, keep it civilized. really, throwing in a dozen cuss words does about as much as pissing in one hand and wishing in the other. ya know whats gonna get filled first, so be smart and THINKbefore ya reply all the time. okay im done.
CF61270 / Black Aluminum Z-Body
14" Bob Long Signature Series Aluminum
Benchmark 1x Trigger Frame
KAPP Black Forgrip
47ci 3000 psi Pure Energy
"Sometimes, its no longer the destination we're searching for, rather the journey along the way."
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