The safety doesn't keep the front trigger from pushing the sear enough to release the hammer on the right lock. There is some amount of play, i.e. you can move the front trigger back a little when the safety is on and this is enough to release the hammer even though the safety is to the rear. (not a 3 position safety) My first inclination is to bend the sear so that the trigger doesn't contact it immediately. I would rather not take the trigger plate down, but am very capable of doing this and replacing the top lever screw as I have done the many times. Any suggestions from someone who has experienced this problem and fixed it would be appreciated. The guns is a 1912/13 Specialty grade in almost perfect condition. and the less that I have to do the more thatI like it. Please help.