Yep, I can understand that. Suggestion: Try to mount your scope/dot sight forward so it doesn't interfere with cocking. Better still, get an Armson dot sight for it. Small, light, no batteries, bullet-proof, and cheap (money-wise that is, not in quality). I had one on my P1 for over 20 years.
Or, if your eyes are good, the iron sights work just fine.
BTW, that trigger can be adjusted easily and down to about as light as you want. You may wind up with a lot of "takeup", but once you get to the sear, it's beautiful.
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