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MY SP is like that, but that just makes it good and tight when it's back together. There is a tip to correct this, here is the passage from Iowegan's IBOK.
"Insert the trigger guard in the frame. Note the fit. Often the factory leaves the back surface (the area around the trigger guard latch hole) longer than it should be. This makes the trigger guard removal very difficult. If the trigger guard has to be forced into the frame to fit, you can file down the rear flar surface until the trigger guard inserts into the frame with minimal friction."

If you don't have a copy of the IBOK, e-mail Iowegan and he will send it to you.
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