One thing you can try is removing and cleaning off your fcg real good, and put some good grease on the sear sufaces and where the pins go. Also a little dry firing should help smooth things out, just dont let the hammer hit the reciever if you dont have your upper and bcg on. Taping a couple cotton balls or an old ear plug will soften the blow. I know holding the hammer back with your off hand gets old after a while.
Before paying anyone for a trigger job, id recommend looking into an ALG trigger. The price of a qms is cheaper than what most peopl chagrge for a trigger job.
Honestly i think ALG should just sell lpks, they sell hotter than psa kits.
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