Originally Posted by NymphoGnome
What does that mean? I mean I didn't know a trigger could bad... Sorry I have only shot a 9mm before, so I am still new.
some triggers are better than others. a good one will have little to no creep or overtravel (play before and after the point where it "breaks"), and "break" at the shooters preferred amount of pressure.
most factory triggers aren't that great (with some exceptions). that is why people get after market trigger jobs to get them adjusted to their exact preference, or buy after market "drop in" triggers for their guns.
the marlin i have has a trigger with quite a bit of creep and its a little too stiff, but like i said i can live with it.