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cblowe13 06-15-2013 09:33 AM

Ruger lc9
 
As all lc9 fans know the trigger pull length is a bit ridiculous at least to me anyway saw a video on the Galloway precision and it cut the trigger pull in half!!!!!! Does anyone have experience with changing this? Just wanted reviews or help really on if its worth the money because I do hate it that bad!

Colby 06-15-2013 11:07 AM

It's not ridiculous to us all. I like the long trigger pull. That's why I'll carry it. It's a safety aspect.

cblowe13 06-15-2013 12:07 PM

Well just to most people! The only safety you need is to not pull the trigger! It already has the external safety and a mag safety. The gun will not fire unless that trigger is pulled no worries

gsophis 06-15-2013 02:34 PM

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Originally Posted by cblowe13
Well just to most people! The only safety you need is to not pull the trigger! It already has the external safety and a mag safety. The gun will not fire unless that trigger is pulled no worries

I had the Galloway trigger job done on my LC9, it is a Huge improvement . The difference in the pull and the break point makes the LC9 a totally different gun.

cblowe13 06-15-2013 03:28 PM

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Originally Posted by gsophis

I had the Galloway trigger job done on my LC9, it is a Huge improvement . The difference in the pull and the break point makes the LC9 a totally different gun.

Thanks for the info how much to get it installed?

gregs 06-15-2013 06:18 PM

I don't remember the price of the trigger job alone. I had the trigger job and adjustable trigger,stainless guide rod, and the springs replaced for about 180. I just sent the lower to them to do the work

Just contact Eric@gallowprecession.com and he can give you the details

cblowe13 06-16-2013 05:56 AM

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Originally Posted by gregs
I don't remember the price of the trigger job alone. I had the trigger job and adjustable trigger,stainless guide rod, and the springs replaced for about 180. I just sent the lower to them to do the work

Just contact Eric@gallowprecession.com and he can give you the details

Thanks bro seriously. Springs make a difference?

johnr1943 06-16-2013 12:12 PM

Check first....
 
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Originally Posted by blower (Post 1276872)
As all LC9 fans know the trigger pull length is a bit ridiculous at least to me anyway saw a video on the Galloway precision and it cut the trigger pull in half!!!!!! Does anyone have experience with changing this? Just wanted reviews or help really on if its worth the money because I do hate it that bad!

If you never use it in self-defense you're good... otherwise, a modification like this may be used against you in a court of law (Civil Suit). Check out the topic on the RUGER FORUM, LC9 portion.

cblowe13 06-16-2013 02:39 PM

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Originally Posted by johnr1943

If you never use it in self-defense you're good... otherwise, a modification like this may be used against you in a court of law (Civil Suit). Check out the topic on the RUGER FORUM, LC9 portion.

But I believe you can explain your story in court. I mean being a Leo I know that only changing the trigger with this minor modification in a self defense situation will not change the courts decision. But I do appreciate the info.

johnr1943 06-16-2013 05:03 PM

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Originally Posted by cblowe13 (Post 1277951)
But I believe you can explain your story in court. I mean being a Leo I know that only changing the trigger with this minor modification in a self defense situation will not change the courts decision. But I do appreciate the info.

You can explain all you want, in the end, "you pays your money and you takes your chance". Being Leo is NOT the judge or jury. It is however, your call to modify or not to modify. An LC9 is NOT the same as an LC9 with a functional change. At the very least check This Link for your own edification, then decide -"fore warned is fore armed". The manufacture of the mod assumes NO liability but you do. :)


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