Originally Posted by DenverSteve
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.
I agree Steve. Mine was not "polished" but "tuned" correctly. I usually never have work done to a new Handgun internally. A new set of sights, or a Light or Laser/Light combo(bought a cheapie combo for my SR9 until I can afford something worthy of Tactical use. Bought a Laser Lyte because they are local to us so the LGS's here get good deals, plus they sponsor our Range, so for $95 I could not go wrong with the frame mounted model for my LC9). These days I'd rather save the money for a good Night optic for my Mini or the 9mm AR I'd like to build, or the 12 Ga I'm picking up today. Also want to upgrade a few guns to add optics but can't afford EOtech prices,...so it will be Burris instead for the time being..
Havoc: I have been looking at Springfield's Handgun line up for some time. I love the EMP! I just got PD for some freelancing I did during the NFL Draft, so I think by next week I will decide what my Next two purchases will be, one for the volunteer Gig, and one for "Off duty," unless I just continue to carry my LC9 in the off duty role as well as Personal CC.
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