I'm doing a trigger job on my Contender, made 1993, for pistol silhouette shooting. When the striker is engaged with the trigger sear (the little flat area on the very end of the topmost part of the trigger), the striker only goes barely past the very tip of the sear even when I have the trigger engagement screw turned completely out and with the trigger touching the top of the trigger housing. It only takes ¾ of a full turn of the engagement screw from where the screw first touches the trigger housing to trip the striker. I only rounded the edge of the striker to take the knife edge off per Bellm’s instructions and only honed and polished the sear enough to get it smooth. Could the striker pin hole or its pin be worn? There is a lot of side to side play in the striker but very little up and down. The striker will move until it touches its spring both left and right. How much play should the striker have from side to side? Could the striker have been made too short or the trigger be defective somewhere? When the striker is engaged with the sear and I push up hard on the base of the striker and down on the sear they won’t engage any further. I have done nothing to the trigger spring, and the trigger does return fully when released. There is only the tiniest side to side play in the trigger when pushed from side to side. I bought the frame used, but the seller claimed the frame was used very little. Should I order another striker, striker pin or trigger from T/C? Thanks for any replies.