I have a FUBAR right hand from my time in the military. Some double action semi's are tough for me to pull the trigger.
I've had this P38T for some time. It was one of the first 1000 made. I sent it back to KT and they replaced everything on it exceopt the block. Throated and polished the barrel. It runs great but was still hard for me to pull the trigger without pulling the sights off to the side.
So I made some changes.
I made the trigger wider, shorter and straighter. This really increased the ease of pull on the trigger.
I added a trigger stop and also added a trigger reset stop.
Stippled the grip.
It's a much better feel for me.
Still needs to be smoothed some.
Work was done with quick set epoxy.
Thats some pretty nice work. How much shorter is the travel on the trigger now?
I didn't measure it before but quite a bit shorter. It made a giant difference to me in the overall shootability of the little, lite weapon.
The J&B quick set apoxy is so easy to work with. It sets up quick and levels itself. You can work it while it's getting close to dry.
After it's dry you can sand, grind, and it stays in place.
Plus, it's black.
You can't see the reset stop. It's in front of the trigger just inside the frame. The trigger doesn't have near as much forward motion.
I've put a couple hundred rounds through it and everything is still in place.