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The factory trigger, or the trigger the gun manufacturer installs in the gun, often has a gritty feel and takes a five to ten-pound pull to fire, which can be heavy for an accurate shot. If you want to upgrade your pistol, considering the trigger is a factor you don't want to overlook.
· The trigger edge that catches the notch is square and a little rough. This is what makes the trigger pull hard to slide off the notch. In the photos below you can see the trigger is removed with a small punch to remove a pin. It pushes out in one direction. There is a small trigger return spring in the back of the trigger shoe which will fall User Interaction Count: 9.
The most famous example is the Glock New York trigger that weighs approx 8 lbs, and even worse is the New York plus that has a trigger pull weight of 12 lbs. Remember if your pistol weighs 2 lbs loaded, and you have an 8 pound trigger pull, it will take 4 times the loaded weight of the the handgun to make it fire.
· A trigger job is the fastest way to improve your accuracy. It usually involves installing some sort of trigger spring kit or an aftermarket hammer into your trigger assembly. Typically, you can expect to reduce your trigger pull by 1 – 2 pounds. Although this may seem like a small improvement it actually has a major impact on your accuracy.
· I am looking at getting a full-size mag revolver in the future. I have an older S&W that has a decent trigger pull, but nothing to write home about. I have heard Smith's factory trigger pull's have gone downhill, and usually need tuning. I have heard the ones from Ruger, Kimber, and Colt are far better.
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