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Old 12-16-2013, 12:52 AM   #1
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Anybody else have one in their XDM? I put one in my 5.25" and what a difference. Trigger pull is half of factory and the reset is incredibly short. I didn't think the factory trigger was bad at all. This is my current USPSA gun.



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Old 12-17-2013, 04:12 PM   #2
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Anybody else have one in their XDM? I put one in my 5.25" and what a difference. Trigger pull is half of factory and the reset is incredibly short. I didn't think the factory trigger was bad at all. This is my current USPSA gun.
Is Ur XDm a 45? I ask because i'm very interested in the 5.25 45 I hear it's as or more accurate then a lot of high end match pistols. It's a toss up between the XDm and a double stack 1911


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9mm. I shoot it in the production division. I have heard the same thing about the .45.

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9mm. I shoot it in the production division. I have heard the same thing about the .45.
I'm sure the 9mm is a tack driver as well. I know Glock machines its .45acp barrels on different machines, wonder if Springfield does as well?
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How hard is it to install? Or did you take it to a Smith? Ive been looking at them and I read some of ruger kits have to he fitted. Which one did you get?

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Took about an hour. There is some stoning and filing to be done. The overtravel stop on the back of the trigger has to be taken down quite a bit. I put in the Ultimate Match kit from PRP and it is definitely worth it.

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Took about an hour. There is some stoning and filing to be done. The overtravel stop on the back of the trigger has to be taken down quite a bit. I put in the Ultimate Match kit from PRP and it is definitely worth it.
Have you measure the pull weight? Is too light for everyday carry?
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It averages 3lb 2oz on my scale. I took extra care to stone the pieces to a mirror like shine. It is a light trigger and I don't carry yet here in Illinois. I don't know that I would carry it due to size and better options in my lineup.



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