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The O.P. s' stated purpose is to slow the shooting pace of his range visits.
Noshow, toward this end l would offer the idea of removing the trigger reset spring and plunger, creating a situation where you must manually push the trigger forward to reset the sear for each shot. This helps to instill an atmosphere, if you will, of care and deliberation, much like a double set trigger, single shot rifle, or shooting black powder. I did this on one of my TGs, even going so far as to 'machine' a new trigger blade for it and l love it, but it's simple enough to put your trigger finger behind the trigger and push it forward, or use two fingers from either hand. Just a thought!

Good Shooting, Shango
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