So I'm just about to get my teeth cleaned this afternoon, when my phone rings, luckily I checked it before hitting the ignore button as I usually do, good thing because it was a call I've been waiting for for 2 months. "Hey Ari, your guns done..." Making haste as I leave my dentists office, I lay rubber to road, and before I could get all the excess fluoride grit from my teeth I'm at JPL's. Me and John chew the fat for a sec, look over the pistol as he breaks down his work. I cut him a check, and I'm gone to beat traffic. Twas like highschool all over again. During the ride home I couldn't keep my hands off of her, every other light I had my finger in her. time for a marathon "get to know" range practice session tonight to get acclimated with the new trigger. The work is hard to capture as it was all internal. overall, I'm tickled. but the true test is several thousand rounds of ejected brass pending. What I had done was the handfitting and adjustment of the trigger and safety portion of the gun. Break down of the completed gun: Dan Wesson Point Man 7 .45 acp -Wilson Combat Extended mag release -Wilson Combat Extended slide release -Ed Brown Ambi Safety Wides -Ed Brown Memory Groove BT Safety -Ed Brown Firing Pin -Ed Brown FP Block -Ed Brown Extractor -Ed Brown Ejector -Ed Brown bushing -Ed Brown FLGR -ISMI 12lb Recoil -ISMI 17lb Main spring -Smith and Alexander Arched MS & magwell -Dawson .100 Fiber Optic Front sight -LPA Adjustable Rears -Cylinder and Slide Ultra Light Trigger group set to 2lbs -C&S disconnector -C&S sear -C&S sear spring -C&S Ultra Light Hammer -SVI Infinity Trigger w/ Benos insert -Larry Davidson Horned Lizard grips Stick a knife in her! seemed like yesterday didn't it? Single Stack match, here I come!