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 Post subject: Apex trigger kits?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2016 2:05 pm 
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Has anybody here tried an Apex trigger kit?
I'm thinking about getting the Apex trigger and spring kits for my S&W SW9VE Sigma just for fun.
https://store.apextactical.com/WebDirec ... ils/191674
https://store.apextactical.com/WebDirec ... ils/191681

Maybe get the red anodized trigger and kit for my Shields
https://store.apextactical.com/WebDirec ... ils/192124

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I have the apex kit in my sw9ve. Before I put it in my trigger pull was about 12ish pounds (gritty too). I did a little polishing too and it smoothed out a lot and breaks at 7 pounds now.

I did get quite a few light primer strikes at first but I put the original firing pin spring in and it has been flawless since, I put 50 rounds through it yesterday.

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I have the apex kit in my sw9ve. Before I put it in my trigger pull was about 12ish pounds (gritty too). I did a little polishing too and it smoothed out a lot and breaks at 7 pounds now.

I did get quite a few light primer strikes at first but I put the original firing pin spring in and it has been flawless since, I put 50 rounds through it yesterday.

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What's the difficulty level of instillation?
Did you do the new trigger too, or just the springs?

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I just did the springs. It wasn't too hard, there are a couple good videos on YouTube. They didn't have a trigger when I did mine but I'll have to see if I can get it.

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I have thought about an Apex for my Glocks. But stoning and lube did for me what I wanted.

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