Also inside the box was a solid silver trigger from Cylinder & Slide. The Cylinder & Slide trigger has an over travel adjustment screw, and a smooth trigger face. It was, of course, oversized. Drop-in parts are a misnomer. If you want a 1911 trigger that doesn't wiggle, there is only one way to get it. The trigger must be custom fit to the frame. With a bit of flat file work, the Cylinder & Slide aluminum trigger shoe passed into the trigger guard with a bit of a push. At that point, I lubricated it with Ballistol, reassembled the pistol, and dry fired it fifty times. The result was a crisp trigger with no creep, and no wobble.