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jon2868 05-29-2013 11:50 AM

Trigger job and best IWB holster.
 
I have a M&P 9c. I feel like it has a decent trigger pull already... That said, will a trigger job make that much of a difference with it? I am debating. Also, what is the best IWB holster people have found for the 9c? Or is there a better place on the body to carry instead of the WB?

Squawk 05-29-2013 12:47 PM

Trigger - https://apextactical.com/store/product-info.php?pid35.html

Holster - http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/SuperTuckDeluxe/tabid/90/List/0/ProductID/1/CategoryID/1/Level/1/Default.aspx?SortField=ProductName,ProductName

jon2868 05-30-2013 10:37 AM

Thanks for the links!

nicklarimore 05-30-2013 02:54 PM

+1 on the apex trigger job, love it.

ALfiremedic1 05-30-2013 03:27 PM

Try Hidden Hybrid Holsters. By far...the best IWB holster I've found.

nickel1911 06-02-2013 10:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jon2868
I have a M&P 9c. I feel like it has a decent trigger pull already... That said, will a trigger job make that much of a difference with it? I am debating. Also, what is the best IWB holster people have found for the 9c? Or is there a better place on the body to carry instead of the WB?

Just my opinion, but if your satisfied with your stock trigger, you are probably better off sticking with it. No reason to change it unless you feel it necessary to do so. If you wanted to "smooth" the action a little, try buffing the contact points of the internals. BUT, if you do find it necessary to upgrade your trigger, the Apex Duty Trigger is an excellent choice. It's a very smooth action with a crisp break, and not too light of a pull so it's perfect for carry duty. As far as the holster, I have several, but my favorites are the Crossbreed horsehide and kydex, and the Raven Concealment IWB holsters. Both are very comfortable and definitely worth the price and the wait time. Good luck

mountainman13 06-02-2013 11:24 AM

Just to add to the above post the apex kit also greatly improves the reset of the trigger.
If you get the kit make sure it is the duty/carry kit. I do not recommend the competition kit for carry.

AR10 06-02-2013 12:07 PM

Note to self: Right leg works really good, no surgery needed nor wanted, maintain as is for foreseeable future. Specifically refrain from condition known as Glock Leg, sometimes fatal, always extremely painful, and hard to live down for a lifetime.

If it were me, on my duty weapon, I would go the other direction, and get a New York trigger jib. The bad guy can wait one tenth of a second to get spun around to maintain the good health of your right leg.

The first and foremost goal of any gun owner is SAFETY FIRST !

Richard Petty did not drive his NUMBER 43 racecar to the grocery store for a gallon of milk.

A trigger job is something one does for reasons of competition and speed. Has nothing to do with reliability or safety.

If you want a competition firearm, you want an inside the waistband holster for it? That sets off red flags in my mind.

jon2868 06-03-2013 10:37 AM

Thanks for all the advice. Many good points on both sides. I never really thought of the trigger job being a potential safety hazard.

nicklarimore 06-03-2013 02:30 PM

Just to be clear the trigger kit we are talking about DOES NOT reduce the pull weight. It stays at 5-6 pounds. What it does do is remove the grit, give it a crisper break, and a shorter reset. Having a good trigger does not always equate into having a competition trigger. That is why they offer a duty/carry and competition kits.


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