Okay, I now have about 1000 rounds through my P40 I purchased what, a couple months ago... I've noticed a few things.
From going to the range at least weekly, I've developed a callous on my trigger finger, and a couple slashes in my load thumb from loading mags. Also, the same thumb has been pounded relentlessly by my slide stop that HAD a very sharp corner on it:
Notice the red area just forward of the first joint.
Anyhow, I've taken my Dremel to the slide stop to solve it:
The trigger is very sharp at the bottom, and lots of rapid fire practice causes a lot of pain to my index finger. I don't want to start dremeling my trigger, I don't think that's a solution. Is there anyone that has had similar problems and come up with a good solution? Maybe I need a good gunsmith in my area that can soften up the trigger for me and make it more comfortable to shoot?
A picture of where my finger ends up after placing it correctly and releasing the trigger:
Here is what my finger looks like after a couple weeks of good practice:
And here is the trigger: as you can see, the bottom edge is not very cozy looking, it definately could use some work
Yeah, it's an EDC firearm, but I also shoot it a lot in order to remain profficient. I use my fingers for work and they need to remain injury free. help?