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Old 07-12-2013, 05:31 PM   #21
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I've been wondering, are the flat trigger comfortable? It honestly doesn't look comfortable on the finger. Also what is he advantage to it vs the traditional one?
The flat triggers allow you to put your finger on the trigger anywhere on it and shoot the gun the same as having it in a certain place. The center of a curved trigger is where the entire flat trigger is. I put them on all my carry guns so no matter where my finger lands in a stressful situation it feels the same as the center of a curved one.

This is the gun I pack the most and as you can see I installed one in it also.

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The flat triggers allow you to put your finger on the trigger anywhere on it and shoot the gun the same as having it in a certain place. The center of a curved trigger is where the entire flat trigger is. I put them on all my carry guns so no matter where my finger lands in a stressful situation it feels the same as the center of a curved one.

This is the gun I pack the most and as you can see I installed one in it also.
Thanks. That makes sense.
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I have both the government model and the commander i love them both. They pack alot of extras for the price and are great shooters.

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I have both the government model and the commander i love them both. They pack alot of extras for the price and are great shooters.
I am so jealous right now!!!
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I just picked up the commander but 2 weeks ago. I had been looking for ever and one day the wife wanted to go to the lgs and they had one left. She gave me the ok to get it so i jumped on it. Now she wants a 1911-22. Gotta love a woman thats into guns
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The flat triggers allow you to put your finger on the trigger anywhere on it and shoot the gun the same as having it in a certain place. The center of a curved trigger is where the entire flat trigger is. I put them on all my carry guns so no matter where my finger lands in a stressful situation it feels the same as the center of a curved one.

This is the gun I pack the most and as you can see I installed one in it also.
Is that like a shaved safety or is that how the ria come
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Is that like a shaved safety or is that how the ria come
Came I apologize.
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Is that like a shaved safety or is that how the ria come
That is how they come. Great pistols for the money I assure you.
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The flat triggers allow you to put your finger on the trigger anywhere on it and shoot the gun the same as having it in a certain place. The center of a curved trigger is where the entire flat trigger is. I put them on all my carry guns so no matter where my finger lands in a stressful situation it feels the same as the center of a curved one.

This is the gun I pack the most and as you can see I installed one in it also.
Limbkiller,

How hard is it to change to a flat trigger? That is really catching my eye there.
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I have to admit I am a hater
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