Found my trigger combo(Feels good)

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  1. M&P Shooter

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    G23....Polished internals, 3.5lb LW connector, 6lb Wolf trigger spring and 4lb Wolf striker spring. This trigger is just what I wanted. Anybody else using this set up?
     
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    SCC just me

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    it may give you light strikes on the primers
     

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    Just fired 100 rounds with no problems. Stuck a pen down barrel before I went to range and striker sent it across basement floor
     
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    That is the same set up I use in my G34 for IDPA. A good friend of mine has a digital trigger gauge, mine came in at 3.2 lbs. Enjoy yours the more you shoot it the better it will get.:wavey:

    P.S. The only light strikes I got were with Wolf primers the are very hard, other than that she eats anything I feed her.
     
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    With a stock firing pin you can expect light strikes sooner or later.
     
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    If so I'll change the striker spring back to stock.
     
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    I had a G3 G34 I could count on having light strikes in 1,200 to 1,500 rounds so I changed the 4# spring every 1,000 rounds and the light strikes went away.
    Wollf now makes 4#, 4.5#, 5# and 5.5# springs. I have been testing a few since last year and the 4.5# springs are doing much better than the 4# springs with a stock firing pin. I ran some 4.5# springs and OEM firing pin 5,000 rounds and had no light strikes.
     
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    I think I'm going to give the titanium striker a try if I encounter any light strikes.
     
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    is it a carry gun ?
     
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    Check out the Jager LW firing pin. It is an excellent product.
     
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    Yeah. A skeletonized striker will fix the light strikes with the 4 lb spring.
     
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    Yup. you can lighten your OEM striker or if you want to spend the money there are couple of companies that sell a light/extended tip striker, keep your 4# spring and have a lighter trigger.