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Easy-off oven cleaner comes reccomended, though use gloves and watch out as it east pretty fast.

As for trigger adjustment, yes it's all about those two points that hit each other when you pull it.
My immediate advice is to watch out, as only a few file strokes will change things a lot, so check it often. Sadly, you've got tou put it together loosely again to check it, which is a pain, but it's worth it if you get it right.
If you grind off too much, braze on some more (find a friend with oxy-acet. torch or smaller mig welder maybe if you don't have anythign) and try again.

Basically, you're aiming to work on just the trigger part.
It travels a lot, so you want to either shoot for a smooth, light very LONG trigger pull that sneaks up on you, or if you take your time a lot you can get a two-stage pull, that breaks clean at the last second at a few pounds. Every 1/32" (or smaller) counts if you go this route, so be careful what you stone/sand/file down!

It's a lot of trial and error. Good luck.

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