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I never had a problem with the hinged trigger either. I don't have one with the new trigger yet. I probably will someday but I'm not planning on trading in any of my guns just for a new trigger.
 

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I under stand. Did not get rid of any of mine just wanted a compact and it came with the new trigger. After a while of dri firing I have noticed the take up is gritty. The pull from the wall is crisp and smooth.The reset is not that great if that matters. Hoping the take up smooths out with trigger time.
 

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If you are just looking for a couple extra mags for the range the 17 round mags also will work I havent looked for any lately so do not know if they are even available right now
 

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I under stand. Did not get rid of any of mine just wanted a compact and it came with the new trigger. After a while of dri firing I have noticed the take up is gritty. The pull from the wall is crisp and smooth.The reset is not that great if that matters. Hoping the take up smooths out with trigger time.
Does the trigger reset have a noticiable click or not loud? I’m about to get one since I traded my old compact last year for the Shield Plus. I am tempted to get a Walter PDP instead


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The trigger feel is much better, pull seamed lighter but I don’t have a gauge to measure it. Reset is quiet and not very tactile. That part is not important to me. If I was soothing slow fire Target shooting then maybe. When doing defensive drills my personal opinion it does not matter.
 
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