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Thu, Dec. 12th, 2013, 10:33 pm
Jewelry for guns

Originally published at VolkStudio Blog. You can comment here or there.

People buy jewelry for others to make them feel better and happier. Often, jewelry indicates commitment. Replacement triggers are similar to that: they are small, somewhat expensive and make your interaction with the gun more pleasant.

Apex trigger for Smith&Wesson M&P pistol has been mentioned on Sayuncle blog for years. I finally got curious enough to try it and got one of my own. It does improve the pistol considerably.

I already have Timney triggers in my M48 Yugo Mauser and Ruger 1o-22. The next rifle to get the upgrade is the Superior Arms HBAR Varminter. It’s a 1/2MOA rifle but shooting that with milspec lower is challenging.

Triggers are great present for people who just can’t pull the trigger on a discretionary puchase for themselves. Make sure to figure out who — you, the recipient or a gunsmith — will install the upgrade.

Fri, Dec. 13th, 2013 03:59 pm (UTC)
ilcylic

Hunh. I don't think I've ever actually seen an aftermarket trigger out of the firearm before. But comparing those to the factory parts I've disassembled... well, the difference is pretty obvious, really.

Sat, Dec. 14th, 2013 08:09 am (UTC)
doctorogenki

If nothing else, the Apex plunger for the M&P is the most bang for the buck. It definitely does the most to smooth out the trigger pull.