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I'm in the camp that says - 'don't fix something that ain't broke!'

I, too, just got a new G43 and shot it for the first time on Saturday after an IDPA match (shooting my G19). The gun shoots just fine, so why would I want to risk increasing my odds of malfunctions with aftermarket parts? I wouldn't.

On the other hand, I'm primarily shooting IDPA matches and BUG matches with all three of my handguns, not bullseye matches. Shooting well under pressure is a much better measure of the owners' skill, not the trigger mechanism itself, when the gun is mainly used for concealed carry. I agree with one of the posters who said spend the money you would spend on a new trigger and buy ammo and pay for match fees if this is going to be a CC gun.

My 2 cents.
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