I thought replacing my plastic LCP trigger would be an easy task at hand. Plenty of u tube videos, how could i mess up ? Boy was i wrong. Granted tearing the little pistol apart is very easy but assembling it was no piece of cake. My problem came with my poor eye sight and old age shakiness. I was one who inadvertently removed the wrong pin instead of the two you're supposed to do for disassembly. The hardest part of the assembly was the hammer catch and spring. When it was over I had parts everywhere. After spending two full days trying to get it back together and working I finally did it. Along the way i found some very good shortcuts and procedures to assembling a LCP. The best part is I now have a ruby red trigger in my LCP, no more trigger bite and to my amazement it still shoots. Hallelujah.