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I put together a CA 380 from a bunch of part guns, it works ok. <snip> is there anything that can be done to smooth out the trigger?
Like a Hi-Point, the trigger will smooth out somewhat the more you fire it. However, you can do some polishing of the rough edges of the stamped parts of the trigger arm and the cam. Finally you can also take some steel wool and polish the sear, and finally take a Q-Tip with some polishing compound, chuck it into a drill, and polish the sear cup on the frame.
Clean everything up real well before reassembly and lubing.
 

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I used my Dremel on low speed with jeweler's rouge and a buffing wheel.

Keep in mind you can do a LOT of irreversible damage to a Zamak pistol with a Dremel. You're just looking to take off any rough edges on the steel components and not the pistol frame.

You can go to your local hardware store or Amazon for what you need. Here's the Amazon offering:
https://www.amazon.com/6-Piece-Jewelers-Buffing-Rotary-Tools/dp/B003L23MFO
 
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