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Old 02-21-2013, 11:02 PM   #1
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Hey guys. I just came back from the range working 3+ boxes of .40 cal thru my M&P 40c. Three times, my trigger failed to reset essentially qualifying as a FTF. Never had this happen before. It's an Apex trigger kit. Any ideas?



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Old 02-22-2013, 11:44 PM   #2
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I would email Randy at Apex. I am sure it is something easily repairable or replaceable. I installed an Apex spring kit in an SD9 that developed an infrequent weak reset issue. I emailed Apex and had a new spring in like 3 days. Problem solved. Good luck.



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Thanks man. I hope nothing is worn out. Only less than 1000 rounds on that trigger assembly.

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Might take everthing out, Look over all that you did to see if anything was tweaked and reinstall just to be sure nothing is out of alignment. Did you replace the trigger return spring or leave the stock spring in. Then feel for how smoothly it works. Use a very light clp oil too.

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Thanks. I broke it down and did a deep clean. Not sure that was it, but put 80 rounds through it today with no hiccups. Thinking about installing the Ram to get a crisper reset. Appreciate the advice.



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