Probably. If you shoot 1911s often, most striker-gun triggers are going to feel pretty bad.Have a M&P 45acp that I purchased several years ago. This is not a gun I shoot often, primarily a nightstand gun. When I first got it I immediately installed the APEX block and sear kit. Remembering back I considered it a great upgrade. Took it to the range today and thought the trigger was horrible. Very spongy and not crisp at all and way to much travel. What's the deal ? Thoughts? Is it because I am used to much better triggers on my 1911's and shield?
I have a M&P45 2.0 Compact with a stock trigger - and it's not good at all.
I pretty much just ignore the trigger pull on most of my guns, and focus on keeping the trigger moving until it goes bang. After a few rounds it gets easier to ignore it.
In a real confrontation, under stress, I would expect you wouldn't have any feeling for the action of the trigger at all. You would be completely focused on other things.
One of the first things you lose under stress, or in life-and-death situations, is fine motor control.