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 Post subject: M&P Apex triggers.
PostPosted: Tue Jun 24, 2014 9:29 am 
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Anyone have this on theirs?

My 4.25" barrel 9mm isnt bad, but the new shield we picked up has a lot of grittyness in the trigger and catches it feels like, it also has a VERY heavy trigger. This has been causing a lack of precision when firing.

Anyone have this mod, or suggest it? Does it shorten the throw of the Shield?

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 Post subject: Re: M&P Apex triggers.
PostPosted: Tue Jun 24, 2014 11:07 am 
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Here you go.


http://youtu.be/GuVeqLc-ESU


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 Post subject: Re: M&P Apex triggers.
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The grit could be leftovers from manufacturing. You said it is brand new? It might just need to be broken in for the trigger pull to lighten a bit.

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 Post subject: Re: M&P Apex triggers.
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Owen wrote:
The grit could be leftovers from manufacturing. You said it is brand new? It might just need to be broken in for the trigger pull to lighten a bit.


Yea thats kind of what I was thinking.



I saw a few vids, but I was trying to get peoples thoughts on it that might have it. Is it worth it?

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 Post subject: Re: M&P Apex triggers.
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Dugan wrote:
Owen wrote:
The grit could be leftovers from manufacturing. You said it is brand new? It might just need to be broken in for the trigger pull to lighten a bit.


Yea thats kind of what I was thinking.

I saw a few vids, but I was trying to get peoples thoughts on it that might have it. Is it worth it?

Understood. The shield I shot had a heavier trigger pull also and it was not new. I think small carry guns may just have a heavier trigger as part of their design philosophy.

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 Post subject: Re: M&P Apex triggers.
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Check to see if it is Massachusetts compliant ( shld be on the box or u may be able to reach it with the S/N) I read somewhere they mandate 10 lbs trigger . Verify with Viper on that he shld def know.


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The grit could be leftovers from manufacturing. You said it is brand new? ....
Why would you be shooting a gun that hasn't been stripped down, flushed with solvent (I use WD-40), dried, and properly oiled/lubed?

That's the first thing I do with a 'new' gun ... pre-owned, or not.

"New from the factory" usually means coated with a rust-preventive, not clean and lubricated.

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