Originally Posted by tCan
How do those DIP triggers help? They don't change the mechanics at all do they?
The angle & width of the trigger is different so you use less felt pressure to actuate the trigger...
it also gives you adjustability to take out creep & other issues...and its CNC'd aluminium, so unlike OEM it'll never warp or break.
so it feels
lighter than it registers on a poundage gauge
You can see the differences from OEM in this pic.
Here's a pic of my wifey's Pink DIP Trigger guard & Boyd's stock setup...
Now I also stone the mating surfaces where the Hammer & Trigger meet...making the surfaces smoother works wonders on ANY rifle or pistol