This is the factory spring you can see how they made a tighter coil so the spring would stay in the hole and keep the spring where it needs to be.
Here is the under side of the trigger with the tension pin installed. I just used chanl locks to press the pin in flush with the bottom of the trigger.
Then I just cut the tension pin down with a hack saw. Just make sure you cut it shorter then the safety screw. Again the only reason you use the pin is so the spring won't pop/fall out.
This is what it will look like with the new spring.
And this is what it looks like all back together.
The preceding information and photo's were sourced from dmpowder's post on the Predator Masters Forum and have been re-posted here with his permission.
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