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M&P Trigger

Discussion in 'Smith & Wesson Club' started by Skadoosh, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. Skadoosh

    Skadoosh Tap Rack Bang

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    hey yall, just got my first S&W yesterday, got the M&P 40, i wanted a pro but they were out, i did try the trigger on a 9 Pro, which i really liked, does anyone know how i could lighten my standard M&P trigger closer to a Pro's?
     
  2. G33

    G33 Frisky! Millennium Member CLM

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    Plenty of You Tube clips.
    Did all my 5 like Glock trigger work.
    More or less.
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  3. dbgsig

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    two words...Apex tactical

    Get the parts and diy

    You will not be disappointed
     
  4. itstime

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    Apex Tactical
     
  5. gsmullins

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    +1 for the Apex Tactical DCAEK & RAM. :cool:

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  6. ET.

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    Funny, I wanted an M&P 40L but they were out so I bought an M&P 40 Pro (5" barrel). You are right, the Pro series trigger is a really good feeling trigger, but I had intended to buy the 40L and install the Apex trigger parts that others have already cited above. I settled for the pro. Either way you have a fine M&P. I did go out and purchase a 357sig barrel & a 9mm conversion barrel (plus 9mm mags) from Storm Lake & have been very satisfied with both. I have had zero problems with these barrels. No failures to feed, fire or eject. They give this gun versatility that other guns just don't have. Something to consider.
     
  7. m&pstrapped

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    Dry fire it several hundred times and it will become a lot smoother. I have the FS and the C and the more you shoot it the sweeter it gets!
     
  8. Brad737

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    I added the Apex Hard Sear, RAM, and Ultimate Striker Block to my 9L. It feels SWEET now. :)