I realize that. It still has to disconnect from the sear, and there's not a whole lot of overtravel past that point, anyway (on my stock trigger).
Sorry Evil Lurker my reply was to flyrodder.
I don't feel the need to do it, I was just giving some ideas.
I agree the over travel is not a big deal to me.
Mine may not even be the "best" ideas, and I'm not claiming they are.
Well your idea for taking out the rest of the travel is very good. Like you said, I don't know that their is much travel to take up after disconnect but this is a way to fix it.
Flyrodder- I know you said over travel but;
If it was my trigger I would take care of the before disconnect by welding on the red dot (this is where it will affect your accuracy by way of trigger pull). Then if it still had too much travel (I don’t think it will have much) you can do yours or Evil_Lurkers idea and they should both work fine.
Hope this helps