I’m kind of scratching my head wondering if my mind is playing tricks on me or if this is normal. I’ve had my Glock 48 for a year or so now, it hasn’t been shot much but I recently installed the ghost edge trigger connector and a new trigger shoe that was a little more comfortable for my eyes and finger. And it seems to me like it’s a little harder to attach the slide to the lower, seems a little cocked to the left as shown in my pictures. I’m worried that it will damage my lower because I see a little nick on my back plate and a small nick on the back of the lower as circled in pic. I ordered a replacement back plate but I don’t think that’s the issue I’m having. It seems way harder to get past the point shown in pictures than normal or my mind could be playing tricks on me and maybe it’s supposed to be that stiff and I just can’t remember after making the changes. The only thing that I can think of that happened was while I removed the factory trigger shoe I left the trigger bar in the trigger housing assembly towards the rear end may have bent something while removing the permanent pin from the trigger shoe. I was very gentle but probably should have removed the bar from the assembly prior to removing shoe. Any input would be extremely helpful guys I would appreciate it.