January 4th, 2017, 09:51 PM
If your triggerguard will close enough to touch the tip of the trigger, you can usually close it by greasing up the camming lugs that lock into the receiver legs.
Wood and polymer stocks will compress, helping the triggerguard close. Fiberglass, however, will not.
Does your receiver heel fit flush with the stock? If so, you need to remove a bit of fiberglass from the bottom, where the trigger housing feet touch the stock.
If the heel isn't sitting flush, then the high spots will be along the top rails of the stock, towards the front of the receiver. Dyekem works great when looking for stock high spots.