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Have never done this either. If I were to, would start by installing the Bisley trigger into the frame without the trigger guard/front strap. Cycle the action for functionality. Then, position the trigger guard/front strap as close to the frame as possible and eyeball everything just to see if the part will fit and where to file. Check everything twice for fit before removing metal. The original Bisley had a different trigger guard/front strap and rear gripstrap than the stock single action so your project may require more than just opening up the trigger slot.

I once altered a stock single action trigger because I didn't like its' angle in the trigger guard. I bent the trigger and then had to file off some of the tip for it to fit and this was only using the original parts. Your project goes a lot farther than mine.

Best wishes and let us know how you did it!:)
 
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