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Old 01-04-2015, 12:44 PM   #1
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Is this normal? It's on a m&p 9 full size. The trigger bar is exposed.

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Old 01-04-2015, 02:30 PM   #2
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Yep , that how it will be. It is showing the pin that goes thru the connector and the "trigger bar" sets in a bit of a recessed area and can not move around other than pivot. I did a straight trigger and its the same way. Apex makes m&p worth shooting !!


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Thanks! I have the hard sear on its way.
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Contact apex and check on what parts will or won't work with some triggers if you change that . Some parts will not mix . You should change the striker block. That's where most of the grittiness comes from. Check the hole it rides in too for burrs and roughness to polish out.
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How hard is it to remove the rear sight?
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Not for the 3 I have done. Set screw loosen right up and no heat needed but have a really good allen wrench set . I used an old larger brass punch that I filled a flat on one area to tap out the sight out and a brass hammer to get it going back on and finish with the brass punch. Watch out that you don't let the spring and cap get away. Well cap mainly . The kit comes with a plastic tool that fits the dove tail that can be used to finish nocking the sight off with. Changing a striker block takes ,, maybe 5 minutes .
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Awesome thank you.


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