Believe it or not, for the most part i'm basically happy w/ the trigger actions on my 'stock' Ruger Single-Actions [while the trigger-pull is on the heavy side (i haven't gotten around to any of the 'fixes' for that, yet- the cheap one or otherwise) they break quite cleanly and that's as or more important to me] however all of them have overtravel [one not much but the other two relatively quite a bit] and [judging by the one that has only a little] i think i'd probably be able to shoot them better if they had less or none. Is it safe to put some kind of overtravel stop on the trigger? I THINK i could probably come up with an adjustable something that would work but just don't know if something like that is safe, possible or a waste of time [or could i get some kind of aftermarket trigger with that built-in to it or a 'machineable' stop that could be customizable to the particular firearms?] Or does the design of the trigger mechanism [pivoting on a pin] make that kind of precision impractical or impossible? Any thoughts on this would be appreciated.