I believe the striker lug does engage pretty much the full 1 mm height of the sear hook. The photo of the sear doesn’t show the rub mark on the hook face very well, but the rub mark below the hook face seems to indicate that the lug is in full contact with the surface before it reaches the hook and would therefore be bottomed out against the hook. The photo of the lug may be misleading because the flat surface at the front of the lug measures about 1.5 mm* and therefore its entire surface cannot contact the sear hook’s 1 mm.
The thing that might reduce the contact engagement is that the lug is slightly rounded where it contacts the sear.
* Perhaps a little less; again I have no way of making a precise measurement without disassembling everything which I didn’t feel like doing.
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That's what I was thinking. If the engagement surfaces were perfectly parallel you would get lift as the sear dropped away, and that adds weight to the trigger pull. A slightly convex surface on one of the engagement surfaces allows the entire surface to stay in play while giving a slight roll to the trigger.
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Thanks for the info.
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