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Consists of Firing Pin spring, firing pin safety spring, and trigger spring. It brought trigger pressure from 5.5 to 3.9 pounds. I only will use it for it raining sessions I attend. I had previously done the polish job which got it to 5.5 lbs.
 

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I’m good with 5.5 for carry and training.
 
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Consists of Firing Pin spring, firing pin safety spring, and trigger spring. It brought trigger pressure from 5.5 to 3.9 pounds. I only will use it for it raining sessions I attend. I had previously done the polish job which got it to 5.5 lbs.
Where'd you find a light trigger spring for your 43X?
 

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Would make more sense to me at least to train with the same trigger you carry - the train as you fight philosophy.

much like people who say going range stuff with say a light trigger 1911 then carrying a glock or DA/SA makes No sense I am not following the logic here.
 
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