I am a 1911 lover and Colts never tripped my trigger
I have 5 1911's. 2 Les Baer's one 9mm Premier II, one Baer 1911 Bullseye Wadcutter Pistol With
Baer Optical Scope Mount, 1 Kimber C3, I like this for my carry gun. 4.2 inch barrel and shorter officer grips, Kimber Stainless Ultra light and a Springfield Armory Range officer 1911. Then about a month ago I saw this cute little gun that looked like a baby 1911, it was a Colt Mustang PocketLite. I went to my local shop and got the price and ordered one. In the mean time I change my phone number because I switched everything to cable so my phone number changed and email changed so they could not get in contact with me. The shop was trying to call me for about a week to let me know the Mustang was in. I was surprised they got it so fast. I have heard of some people waiting longer than 4 months.
I got the gun and 1000 rounds of good ammunition that had good brass for reloading. The day I picked it up and had it put on my permit I went to the indoor range and shot 100 rounds, I had no failures at all.
I noticed in the trigger that there was a lot of creep and the pull was a little heavy. I brought it home and cleaned it up really well with solvents and the trigger felt better but there was still a lot of creep. I saw in the back if the manual the breakdown page that was detailed enough to take it apart to get at the hammer and sear. I did not want to change the angle of the sear and hammer so I took an Arkansas Stone and polished the sear and hammer where they mate so they both had a glass finish. Before I started I checked the trigger pull with my electronic trigger pull gauge. it started at 6.4 pounds. When I got done doing just a little work the trigger pull was just below 5 pounds where I like my S.D. guns to be.
I checked the trigger pull and it was almost like breaking glass. It was a heck of a lot better than it was. I took to the range the next day and my groups at 24 feet was just about 4 inches. For a new gun that I never shot before I was very happy. That evening I took the whole gun apart except the trigger as I heard they were a SOB to get back together. Once again I cleaned every thing and then stoned the sear and hammer a little more than before. I put it together and the creep was gone. I checked the trigger and it averaged 3.5 pounds. After my groups got better and I am very happy with the little carry gun. For $575.00 I was happy with the pistol. I did have one problem. The thumb safety has pressure applied to it buy a spring and plunger. I wanted to get a spare and found the the Sig 238 has the same parts. I ordered them and they fit perfect. So it any of you loose this plunger you can get it from Sig Sauer for there 238. They cost $24.00 shipped. The spare parts numbers are Sig part number 1200748 safety spring, 238 , and part number 1200747 safety detent plunger for the 238. I hope this help. The Colt is a good little shooter. I found the Sig Sauer pocket holster for in the pocket works well.
Here is a photo of the little PONY gun