Originally Posted by danf_fl
What does your work require for a trigger pull. Making a trigger too light could open your firm for liabilities if an AD or ND occur.
Oh no it doesn't require for a light trigger pull at all. I'm just required to carry the glock and am used to the 3.5 pull on my 1911 that I trained with for the last 5 years prior to owning a glock. As for the liability to the firm, I would agree completely that most folks have no business adjusting anything having to do with performance on their weapon systems and I wouldn't think of doing so had I not had extensive weapons training. Personally, I just prefer a short reset and lighter pull for reduced friction and resistance for quicker follow on shots and increased accuracy with a high rate of fire.