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Nice pic. What is the advantage of the Apex triggers? I am not talking about the sears or any other parts,
just the trigger.
 

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a smoother, more crisp trigger pull, and a reduction in the weight of the pull...
 

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a smoother, more crisp trigger pull, and a reduction in the weight of the pull...
I don't see how. The trigger is just a lever connected to the trigger bar. I recently installed an Apex
sear and their Ultimate Striker Block in my 2.0 Compact. It did improve the trigger pull noticeably.
But I stayed with the stock trigger because I do not like the safety blades in the middle of the Apex
triggers. Maybe there is more to the trigger than I realize.
 

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Some people don't like the way the stock triggers are hinged/move as you pull the trigger.

And, the Apex trigger is part of the Apex trigger system. Sear, springs, etc.

The Apex trigger may not make your pistol shoot better, but dog gone it sure makes it feel better shooting it. I liked my first 2.0 Apex trigger kit installation so well (2.0 5" FDE 9MM) that I ordered another one for the 2.0 4" .45 acp before I even got the pistol delivered to my local FFL.

If I were in the market for another 2.0 M&P I'd be in the market for another Apex trigger kit.
 

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Nice pic. What is the advantage of the Apex triggers? I am not talking about the sears or any other parts,
just the trigger.
rethinking your question in regards to ‘just the trigger’ would add that the flat-faced just feels better... didn’t like the hook on the end of the stock segmented trigger...
personal preference
 

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rethinking your question in regards to ‘just the trigger’ would add that the flat-faced just feels better... didn’t like the hook on the end of the stock segmented trigger...
personal preference
I assume personal preference is the key point. I like shape of the curved factory trigger just fine. I also dislike the blade safeties on triggers like Glock and Apex. They feel annoying to my trigger finger. That is one of the several reasons I am moving from Glocks to M&Ps. It's great that we have choices. :)
 
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