the reason I used Accuracy Systems was they were for a while located here in S.C. and oddly enough out in the backwoods of Edgefield county about 6 miles from my parents house. So, I just took my mini to them the day after thanksgiving (I think that's when it was)...
I said I wanted a trigger job and the guy said try these three and see which one you like.... he had one that I think the trigger pull on the rifle was like 1lb or something... scared the heck out of me.
What I had them do was the trigger job, cut my barrel down and put millet sites on it and a bedding job of the reciever....
the millet sites was a mistake... they didn't work for the Choate muzzle break I had on the front and they re-installed..
rifle shot like 3ft high at 100 yards... even when I put the old factory rear sight back on it shot high... I ended up gluing a small piece of SS brazing rod on the front sight to fix the problem.
Cutting the barrel down did help with the tracking of rounds as it heats up...
I'm not 'sold' on the bedding job... it sure makes it a pain to take the gun down to clean now.
If I had all this to do over again, I would have just changed out the barrel... I think that was and is the big problem on this mini... as with most.
I need to take it back to the range again and remind myself of how it shoots at 50 yards which is about the limit of it's potential now... I've move the trigger group to a different rifle (ranch I got from Ron Honner) that shoots as good as my M-4.
but the trigger job was sweet, to get back to the original question.