That little P-11 I showed ya'll a couple weeks ago in the 9mm vs. .40 Cal thread I thought would make a decent back-up weapon. I took it to the range and found the trigger pull to be unacceptable. I have a weak trigger finger on my dominant (left) hand due to an injury in which I almost lost the digit and have only half the tendons that most do, so I couldn't shoot with that hand accurately at all. With my right hand results were better, but still not great. It wasn't just the hard pull, but the hammer didn't seem to fall at the same during the pull consistently. I had heard this is a common problem and Kel-Tec can replace the factory 14.5 lb spring with a 10 lb spring and install a shoe on the trigger to reduce pull distance, so I wrote this e-mail: I recently purchased a P-11 and like the gun. However, I would like the trigger pull to be more comfortable. How much do you charge to replace the trigger spring and install a shoe for a lighter pull? To which Kel-Tec replied: Sorry, there are no adjustments on the trigger system, any changes to the trigger system will void your warranty and jeopardize the safety of the weapon. thanks I wrote back to let them know I sold the gun and will advise anyone in the future against buying Kel-Tec. This was disappointing especially because it is a 100% American company. I always buy American given the choice. Oh well.