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Old 06-03-2013, 09:49 PM   #1
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I currently have a M&P shield and I hate the trigger. Like I really hate the trigger. I did a little polishing on it, and its better, but it still sucks. I also have a glock 23 gen 4 with all the ghost trigger goodies on it and I love it. Im contemplating getting rid of the shield and going with a XDS. I'm rather thin framed so a glock 27 would be a little thick for me to CC. I've heard that the XDS trigger isn't much better then the shields so I feel stuck between a rock and a hard place! I need help

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Old 06-03-2013, 11:44 PM   #2
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I've read that an Apex trigger kit really makes the shield outstanding. I just bought a shield 9mm but haven't had a chance to shoot it yet

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This subject is popping up everywhere nowadays and I always have to recommend apex. People might start suspecting I work for them lol. (I don't) I have the kits and have called them directly with questions about the install. And I can only give the highest praise.

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Old 06-04-2013, 02:16 AM   #4
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My problem is that I can't justify spending 100 bucks for a kit that I bought for my Glock for 17 dollars.

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Sell it for $18

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That's interesting...I have several buddies that have the shield....I have shot several m&p's also....I have not noticed the trigger to be too bad....to each their own though....

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Default Apex Trigger Job...

Had a talk with my Local PD friend about it...He has it on 2 of his Guns,..not sure which. I remember getting the Trigger Adjusted on my Taurus PT 92 to feel more like My Beretta 92....

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First of all I discourage "polishing" a trigger (whatever that is) unless you are a trained armorer or certified Smith & Wesson gun tech. Any oops moment occurring afterwards could be problematic for you. So, take it to a qualified gunsmith and get their opinion. I sell a lot of S&W pistols and haven't seen, or felt, the need for any trigger change.

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Better not get a 1911.

You'd get spoiled!

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I done several trigger jobs on M&P Shields. It makes a huge difference.

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