I had a trigger job done on my Ruger SR1911 LW and just got it back today and went to the range. The trigger before weighed in at 6lbs pull. Now it is set at 4lbs. pull and man did that make a difference! First of all I had 2 fliers which was right off the bat. I make the mistake of having my finger on the trigger before I was ready to shoot. Very amateurish! After that little incident (thankfully it was pointed down range) I began firing at my target. I cannot believe the difference that the trigger job did. At first it almost felt touchy however, after the initial stage, I was fine. Before the travel was taken up, the was a little "grind" before discharge and now that is gone. This is my conceal/carry and I am happy to say I feel much better with the pistol now than I ever felt before. There is no surprise when the trigger goes off. Do the take up and she is ready to rock and roll. I know the NRA says you should be surprised when the trigger goes off. I say you should know how the trigger is and should have no surprises when you discharge your firearm. Knowing your trigger is all important!