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I thought mine was a defect until I read about the newest model changes thread on here. Mine looks the same as the photo of your friends sub. The trigger pull would be much better if it didn't drag slightly against the trigger guard. I have dry fired it holding the guard out slightly and the trigger pull is quite decent and smooth when it is not contacting the guard. However, it does give it somewhat of a two stage feel when it does contact it, lol. I have no issues with the trigger returning back to the fire position. I'm tempted to sand mine down a bit so it just clears the guard. Any reason why I shouldn't? Anyone do this with the newest batch yet? I live in Canada so I can't exactly send it in...
 

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It is probably a little out of spec.
I would just sand the bottom of the trigger until it doesn't rub the guard.
Or you could just heat up the trigger guard with a hair dryer and poke a broomstick in there to open it up a little.
 
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