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I know I’ll have a whip taken to my back for this but; has anyone changed the trigger spring for a stronger one? I have the M&P40 for a CCW and this being my first “passive” safety type gun I am still a little uneasy about how light the trigger pull is. I know, I know the most important safety is the one between my ears, no finger in the trigger guard until I want bang and yes all the holsters I have ever used for any gun cover the trigger (and of course the one for the M&P will also). I don’t think I would mind a little stronger pull as long as it is smooth. I do want a gun that is pull and shoot (no manual safeties to deal with under a stressful situation) but I also don’t want any “accidental” bangs. Maybe with time I’ll get over the uneasy feeling but for now….
 

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Smith is releasing the M&P's around the 1st of the year with a 10 lb trigger.
 

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GREAT, that means it will be available for retro-fit. Do you know if anybody makes one aftermarket? Also, do you know what the stock is? I have to say once again; YOU DA MAN!!
 

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Havn't heard of one aftermarket, I think stock is around 6 lbs.
 

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Thanks, I thought it was around 6#. I think that extra 4# would make quite a difference. Off subject but do you still like that Crossbreed holster?
 

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I do, but I'm very picky about holsters, and lended it to a frined in need while I try out a CTAC. The crossbreed I had was very comparable to the CTAC. I still think I'll end up with a fist #1 kydex, by far the best IWB I've ever worn.



I actually asked Mr Bowie to take my trigger to a crisp 4# on my carry gun, Weird enough it feels heavier than my 6# trigger in that is so crisp with no overtravel. I know for a fact its not because of my trigger scale. I love my modified trigger, but to each his own.
 

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Tolerance .. Different strokes for different folks.



Ever shake hands with a real farmer who has worked the land their entire life?



Steel grip and a stronger index finger than my entire hand. We're all built differently by genetics and experience.



For some, 10 lbs. may be just right!
 

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bigkracka said:
[quote name='Jester']Smith is releasing the M&P's around the 1st of the year with a 10 lb trigger.
Why?
Selling a 6lb crappy trigger is hard enough, let alone a 10lb.[/quote]



Because some states require it as do some police departments.
 

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bigkracka said:
[quote name='Jester']Smith is releasing the M&P's around the 1st of the year with a 10 lb trigger.
Why?
Selling a 6lb crappy trigger is hard enough, let alone a 10lb.[/quote]



In my case, this is not a target gun but a “work” gun and I would much rather have to “force” it to go bang. I’ll leave the light triggers for my target guns.
 
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