The vendor shipped this the same day I ordered it, gave me a tracking number, and said thanks for your order. Awesome. I then watched as this tiny envelope was winding its way around the USA, staying for a week in one facility, hitting a couple others, staying another week in a different facility, finally jumping back and forth between the VT and NH border twice (!!!) before being delivered today. It took the US Mail twenty days to move this thing halfway across the country. Unbelievable. But, I got it. I wish I had time to install today but no way. Going to follow Swags advice and polish the contact points on the trigger linkage while I’m in there. He said it helped a lot, and I also saw some videos of before/after trigger pulls where polishing the linkage and greasing it up took it from over 6# pull to just over 4# without screwing with the sear spring. I saw a very good YouBoob video (for every thousand videos out there you find one from someone with skills and a brain) from some Scandinavian gunsmith who fine tuned his and it was impressive to watch. The video was for a pistol, not carbine, but the linkage is the same. He did some nice work. I ain’t milling no slides, but the other work he did was good. It’s here if you’d like to watch it, not that some haven’t probably seen it already. Maybe I’ll post some pix of the process when I do it. Looking forward to it, maybe tomorrow I’ll have time.