Can you lighten the trigger pull?

Can you lighten the trigger pull?

You can polish and clean up the parts all you want, and you will end up with a cleaner feeling trigger that might be a pound or so lighter depending on the gun (some it’s a massive change). Stone, polish, reshape, and put in a bunch of lighter springs and you have the best trigger ever!

What trigger pull is best?

Experts in Glock pistols say that the ideal trigger weight is somewhere between 4 and 6 pounds, with variances on either side depending on personal preference and the firearm you are shooting. It is vital for people to think about what the most appropriate trigger pull weight is for them and their needs.

Who does the best 1911 trigger job?

Comparison of The 8 Best Trigger Upgrades For Your 1911

Editors Pick Nighthawk Custom 1911 Drop-in Trigger Unit View Latest Price
Our Top Pick Ed Brown 1911 Trigger View Latest Price
Our Top Pick Wilson Combat 1911 Ultralight Match Trigger View Latest Price

What is the best trigger pull pistol?

The Sig Sauer P320 Compact is a semi-automatic strike fire 9mm pistol that is an excellent choice for a concealed carry firearm. It offers a smooth and crisp trigger that is sure to give you the right amount of pull-ease to get just that much more accuracy out of your shots.

Can you change the trigger on a Glock?

When you look at your Glock and think of swapping a trigger then it must come to mind that you will need to find a gunsmith and add that fee to the price. Also, while the gunsmith has everything out you might as well pay them to clean out from under the trigger and block.

What is the trigger pull on a Smith and Wesson 642?

One that’s been shot some might drop a pound or so, as well as being a little smoother. Mom recently bought a new 642, and while I didn’t measure the pull before working on it, I did measure it after. After some polishing and changing the rebound spring, it’s at 11.5 pounds(and a very noticeable improvement).

Is the Glock Gen 5 trigger better?

The trigger on the Glock 19 Gen 5 in my opinion is probably one of the better features of the gun. And a lot of people have always complained about Glock triggers and this time Glock many triggers that while not a showstopper from a dry fire standpoint, works really well in live fire.

How much does a 1911 trigger job cost?

Probably $60 to$100.

What is the screw on a 1911 trigger?

The set screw in a 1911 trigger adjusts the amount of over travel of the trigger. These over travel screws are mostly a feature for a target pistol. Over travel is the amount the trigger moves AFTER the hammer is released.

What do the Navy SEALs carry for a sidearm?

P226 MK25
P226 MK25 Full-Size. Once reserved only for an elite few, the MK25 delivers the advanced features that made the P226 the official sidearm of the U.S. Navy SEALs.

How big is the trigger on a Colt Gold Cup?

The wide 70 Series three-hole aluminum trigger on the Gold Cup broke at a consistent 4.7-pounds with no hint of creep or over travel. I had an adequate selection of .45 ACP loads on hand, but given the Major caliber Action Pistol slant of this new Gold Cup Trophy I decided to use factory loads making the 165 minimum Major Power Factor (PF).

What’s the best way to release a colt trigger?

Keep track of which screw goes where. With the wooden handle of a hammer or screwdriver, rap the grip frame sharply several times to separate the side plate from the frame. Hold the cylinder release with your thumb or finger so it doesn’t fall off–this prevents loss of the tiny spring that tensions it.

What kind of trigger does a colt 70 series have?

It features the 70 Series operating action, with the wide 70 Series three-hole aluminum trigger. The trigger broke at a consistent four-pounds and seven-ounces on my Lyman Digital Trigger Pull gauge.

How much does a double action Colt trigger pull?

The result didn’t change the single-action pull much at all–it is still about 4.6 pounds–but the double-action trigger pull is now a very reasonable 9.2 pounds. bend the spring upward from the point shown.