hello again, i ave finally finished a trigger job on my nz85b. i followed the instruction on how to do a trigger job. te original trigger is really heavy and its about 8lbs. now its between 4-3 lbs. here are te pics that i took'
this is the disassembled gun, i didnt touch the mag release buttom
the parts that i polished sear, hammer and trigger assembly
the hammer forged frame. note, tool marks
the most time consuming part to be assembled, trigger assembly. i bent the trigger spring in order to lightened the trigger pull, only the front part of the spring not the one that return the trigger on its original position. adjusted to 1/8" distance from the original spring tension.
the plastic hand guard i stippled it coz its a bit slick, used a soldering iron and now its rough as sandpaper.
NOTE: i only sand a little bit on the engagement part of the sear and hammer. used 1000 grit sandpaper and used also metal polished after. if you removed too much, you might experience a hammer fall when you rack the slide causing it to strike the firing pin and firing the gun.also i did not remove any material on the hammer spring, it might cause a hard primer strike so leave it be