What exatly does a Northwoods Comp trigger do? Is it just a higher quality, more comfortable trigger or does it reduce the travel too?
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That is for the Kel-Tec PF-9?
I don't see how it will reduce the travel required for the sear activation. Maybe in overtravel.http://www.northwoodcomp.com/
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they make them for the pf9, p11, p40, and the ruger lc9. But I dont know exactly how its a better trigger...
The curve of the trigger could make it better with leverage required.
Thats what i was thinking. I just used a heat gun on my trigger to straighten it out a bit. I wonder if thats all it does, just traighten it out and provide more comfort for your finger.