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    Quote Originally Posted by flintsghost View Post
    If you decide to widen the trigger bow by tweaking it a bit, you are simply making it fit the recess in the frame a little tighter. However the trade off is that the slight tweaking makes the bow ever so slghtly shorter so that take up when you squeeze the trigger to fire...is ever so much slightly longer. It may not be enough to notice but be aware when the bow gets wide it also gets shorter. Thats the trade off. You should also check for the rattle with a magazine in the pistol. It may not rattle as much with a magazine in the gun. You might find it doesn't rattle at all. Check to see.
    With mag it doesn’t rattle as much but it’s still there , it’s not that bad , just a rattle that I wasn’t used to on my other 1911s but I won’t mess with it cause it shoots accurate and no malfunctions. I was wondering if the rattle was normal

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    Considering the original question and the apparent experience level implied; the trigger is located at the deep end of the pool. Perhaps the OP might try to locate some help with what might end up more involved than advertised.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColtPlinkerton View Post
    You can fix this easily enough by widening the trigger bow slightly. But not so much that the trigger won't reset.
    I go with this,it’s probably the trigger and the fix as described above. My GC rattled like a can of Krylon,removing the
    trigger and a little widening silenced it. Be careful you don’t go to far,also check that your magazine is not compromised
    in the fix. Pete

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