The only time the P-rod hammer sear does not drag on the hammer is when it is cocked. Pulling the trigger will not un-drag it (only unlock it to allow the hammer to push it down and move forward). Even when the trigger is pulled, a spring keeps pushing the sear up toward the hammer. Polishing the sear tooth will probably help, but I was satisfied with breaking-in the combination via repeated cocking and dry firing (to break-in other moving parts of gun as well).
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