So, after installing the CGW's Race Hammer I noticed my safety would not engage with the new hammer at full cock. After studying the shaft on the safety I found that the new hammer changed the geometry of the sear just enough that the step on the safety shaft could not slip under the sear. I removed the safety and using a large Cratex wheel on my moto tool in slow speed, polished the round area just above the large notch on the safety shaft. The large Cratex wheel removes very little metal and is more of a polishing bit but allows a controlled amount of removal when run at a low speed. It also polishes the area as it very slowly reduces it. It only took a few passes and the step on the shaft was reduced enough to just slip under the sear. I have also been working with the single action break of the trigger. I was looking for something in the 2 lb. area with zero creep but also had enough sear engagement to make it safe and repeatable. With the Race Hammer installed I played with the sear springs and adjusted the Trigger return spring to get me there. After installing the CGW's reduced power safety plunger spring, polishing the firing pin block plunger and it's bore and then the top of the safety lift lever all to a mirror finish it is basically gone from the equation, I cannot tell it is there at all. I am finished finally with the action work and very happy with the results. Single action gives me a 2 lb. glass rod break and the double action is at 7.5 lbs. and smooth as silk. After finishing yesterday I went out and ran 500 rounds through the gun and I could not be happier. The only thing I think is missing is an extended thumb safety and an oversized disco that could be fitted. When I get some time I may take this project on just to see what can be done. There is enough take up in the trigger in both double and single action that a reach reduction would give a positive result.