Yesterday I dropped my 1911 (well, technically it fell, but anyway).
I took it apart, checked it over, took it down to the main-spring housing, looked for cracks or other damage, did a functionality test, even a pencil test, pulled the trigger and discovered something rather odd...
My trigger pull is lighter than it was before.
Now, everything seems to be in working order. I ran snap-caps through the thing, I've done everything but take it to the range or a gun smith. I have not seen one thing out of order other than the scratch on the gun's slide.
I thought I could be going crazy, so I gave the gun to my husband and said, "Check out the trigger pull."
He agrees. It's lighter.
WHAT ON EARTH would cause that?
I checked the sear, the sear spring, the trigger itself, everything looks completely normal. I know my way around 1911s and I don't see how dropping the gun would cause the trigger pull to do ANYTHING much less become lighter.