SCFireFighter said:Not an, M&P question -I know-, but I figured it would fit here based on smith work. I only use my 22A for slow fire target shooting. The stock trigger is horrible. I don't have a way to measure it, but take my word for it. How low, poundage, would you suggest I have it done. How easy is it?
I'm not planning on doing it myself, but if it is relatively easy I am not too worried about my local gun smiths messing it up. I've never had to deal with any, so I don't yet know who is good or bad.
To answer your question - there are options available to the 22A trigger.
I have a 22A that I bought for the sole purpose of helping me out with fundamental trigger control issues. The stock trigger on that pistol is just horrible! I was very frustrated with the gun after shooting 2 mags out of it.
After talking with the GS at a local Gander Mountain store he was able to clean the trigger up for me. I told him I wanted the trigger lighter not at 2 pound or anything that would cause an accidental discharge if the weapon was bumped or dropped. I explained that the trigger on my M&P is around the 3.5 range and I wanted something comparable.
Not sure of the new weight but it is much more acceptable than the out of the box trigger. My guess is 4 to 5 pounds - it "surprises me when it goes off". I'm not sure if he polished it or replaced springs or both - I can find out the details. It is one sweet trigger now! The cost was right around $50-$60 well worth it in my opinion.