Yes, you are correct. I had the trigger adjusted from set to single stage. That position locks the trigger forward, doesn't let it pivot rearward.
The trigger slot in the bottom metal is a bit skimpy for the barreled action to be removed, trigger set like that and can put it in a bind. That's what happened to me.
If you don't adjust to eliminate the set feature, doubt you'd have a problem. Once I saw MIM parts, my feelings for that trigger went South.
Now, if you want to adjust the set feature out, just elongate the trigger slot with a file. Easy to do and the best way to prevent a broken part.
Did I say I don't like MIM parts...
Didn't know it had them until it broke. I'm betting that Ruger and others don't have MIM parts than thin and skinny. Some of the new revolvers are full of MIM parts, but those parts seem more robust, probably designed to accommodate MIM without weak spots.