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Old 01-09-2014, 10:20 PM   #1
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So, I'm looking the Apex trigger kits and they have so many to pick from. I have an M&P 9 and I want to use it for plinking/training. Which kit would suite my needs best?

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Old 01-09-2014, 10:49 PM   #2
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Duty/carry kit

better judged by twelve than carried by six.

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So, this one?

http://www.amazon.com/Apex-Tactical-Trigger-Action-Enhancement/dp/B007DN3BCQ/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1389311567&sr=8-3&keywords=apex+m%26p+trigger

Is the FSS kit just the inclusion of a new trigger?

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Yes that one. It will give you a lighter pull and nice short reset and crisp break. While still being safe for carry.
The fss shortens the pull.

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Good price BTW

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So, I'm looking the Apex trigger kits and they have so many to pick from. I have an M&P 9 and I want to use it for plinking/training. Which kit would suite my needs best?
Apex RAM and a little polishing. I have a ton of rounds through M&Ps and this is all that is necessary
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Read here - I asked the same question. Don't know how old your gun is but...

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f179/s-w-m-p-40-trigger-question-94912/#post1452131

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Yes that one. It will give you a lighter pull and nice short reset and crisp break. While still being safe for carry.
The fss shortens the pull.

better judged by twelve than carried by six.
This gun isn't going to be carried, but I would rather have the heavier trigger to emulate my Shield. Thanks for the info.

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Apex RAM and a little polishing. I have a ton of rounds through M&Ps and this is all that is necessary
I might have to look into that.

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Read here - I asked the same question. Don't know how old your gun is but...

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f179/s-w-m-p-40-trigger-question-94912/#post1452131
It's rather disconcerting that doing a trigger job will void your warranty. Looks like I might be sticking with the stock trigger.
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It's rather disconcerting that doing a trigger job will void your warranty. Looks like I might be sticking with the stock trigger.

I thought so too. Particularly that I read where S&W used to do trigger jobs themselves.

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Neither of the links appear to include a trigger. See the 4th bullet in their comments.


Not trying to hijack the thread but...
j4454 - can you post any pics of the process for polishing? I'd like to see them if you have any.
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I thought so too. Particularly that I read where S&W used to do trigger jobs themselves. Side note: Neither of the links appear to include a trigger. See the 4th bullet in their comments. Not trying to hijack the thread but... j4454 - can you post any pics of the process for polishing? I'd like to see them if you have any.
I'm working now but I'll see if I can post some pictures of it later. The gun had it done around 500 rounds and now it's near 8000 but the ram gives it a reset similar to the newer models(or a glock) the polishing just helps the grittiness. If you shoot it enough it will smooth out. The best trigger jobs consist of wear, carbon, and grease!

If your unsure a smith can do the polishing for a small fee
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