Long pull is just part of the problem.
A. Set grip size = it has to fit your hand right otherwise your shots are going to be inconsistent. Solution: assuming it fits reasonably, stippling of the frame will "glue" the gun into your hand ... but be ready to stick with that gun from that point on.
B. Veeeery long reset = crappy for follow up shots. Solution: Apex has a replacement Glock style trigger. It's solid and cuts down the pull and reset travel 10-20%.
C. Trigger design = that pivot point and thin lower part steals from the finger pressure. Solution: see point B
With all that said, some people like heavy and long pull, some don't. I don't mind long pull but 12lb and reset which is nearly al long as the initial pull was kind of too much. Between trigger spring kit and new trigger it was said to be possible to cut down trigger travel and drop the pull to 5-7lb but you have to run that gun in different situation to find your failure point to decide on mods you want to do. In any case that's about as much as you can do on the budget without getting into heavy mods like milling out ports on the business end of the slide to help mitigate recoil for better stability during repeat fire. If it sounds like too much of work/money I'd rather look into buying an M&P right off the bed. As reliable but a lot easier to operate and comes in different sizes though only $200 more
and none of that headache with mods