I don't really need to change the trigger, but I want the black trigger for a stainless frame pistol, to be completed later, maybe 2019. I'm going to need to change the pre-travel adjustment for the new hammer and sear anyway.
It will be getting a new grip safety also, but I'm not going to show that just yet. The G.I. grip safety isn't so bad, after you "melt" it a little bit, but the web of my hand gets hooked on the frame tangs sometimes, which keeps me from getting a consistent grip.
I now have a milling machine in the basement, so will be doing most of the work myself. I think I may hand off the slide to a local gunsmith for staking the front sight. I don't want a dovetailed front sight for this particular pistol. I want to use the Bo-Mar front sight and I don't particularly want to buy or make a staking tool just for this one job. I also want the job done well the first time, since I can't just order another Bo-Mar front sight from Brownell's, Midway, or from the manufacturer.