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I am just curious. I am in the market for a M&P and would be inclined to leave the trigger alone if like on other guns, it smooths out in time. Thanks.
 

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Mine was smooth right out of the box but the reset is very light and the "double reset" is annoying. I've left mine alone so far but eventually I might have to have the double reset cleaned up. Other than that I could probably live with it.
 

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Two! But technically only in possession of one.


I see. The other one no doubt got lost in that pompadour of his.



(I'm just jealous. Not only do I not have a pompadour. I have no hair.)
 

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I've been very satisfied with the trigger on mine. I have two - .40 full size and 9 compact. I've only shot the compact. For the time being I plan on leaving well enough alone, but might be tempted to send it off for a trigger job to see what the difference would be.
 

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I've been very satisfied with the trigger on mine. I have two - .40 full size and 9 compact. I've only shot the compact. For the time being I plan on leaving well enough alone, but might be tempted to send it off for a trigger job to see what the difference would be.


Kevin, is that you?
 

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I am very satisfied with mine. It has drastically smoothed out after a few hundred rounds/dry fires. The reset is also not an issue for me because I allow the trigger to travel through its full reset on my follow on shots.
 

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Kraigster414, if you are asking if this is Kevin from K&D Holsters, yes it is
. I am very glad that he is one of the sponsors here!!



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Kraigster414, if you are asking if this is Kevin from K&D Holsters, yes it is
. I am very glad that he is one of the sponsors here!!



Ron


Kevin and I go back to my Keltec days. I am glad he is a sponsor here. Top notch guy who makes a top notch holster.
 

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My 40c smoothed up tremendously just from a decent lube job, 300 rounds and some dry fire. Adding one of Dan's radiused FTBs did the rest!



I'm very happy with the trigger in this pistol.
 

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I think the stock trigger is very good. I was very pleased with it compared to my Glocks. Smooth with a nice easy break. Just my $0.02
 

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CCW trigger should not be too light...

I've never had a problem with the trigger on my full sized 40 or my 9mm compact. If you are considering carrying a MP for ccw, I would not consider lightening the trigger. A very light trigger with no external safety could easily get you or someone else shot.
 
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