I own a llama .380 that runs great shoots great and i use it as a secondary carry. The only thing i hate is the series 80 style firing pin safety. The actuating rod from the beaver tail ALWAYS catches the slide on dis assembly making cleaning it a major PIA. Does anyone have any ideas on removing it?
I see the colt guys have a kit to remove it but being a off brand i figure i have to use some brain power, but i don't want to ruin the gun.

My only thoughts so far,
Find someone to make a firing pin without the slot and remove the actuator rod

File down the stop so that it no longer contacts the firing pin and remove the actuating rod

I prefer option one because its simple and i can return the gun to stock but i do not know who i should have make one.

Does anyone have a better idea?