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    Question Asmund short stroke trigger

    Anyone have experience using this trigger?

    https://gallowayprecision.com/taurus...11-g2-pistols/


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    I just ordered one.

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    I just ordered one.

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    That is interesting, but it seems odd they would keep the very poorly designed stock trigger safety system, since that is the issue most people have problems with. I would also be interested in seeing them actually measure the throw distance of the trigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KJK View Post
    I just ordered one.
    Let us know how you like it.
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    Their how-to video really sucks. "Look how fast I can move my hands!"

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    I have a couple youtube videos up on disassembling and reassembling a PT111 G2/G2C/G2S if you need further instruction, and if you run into any issues you are always welcome to message me and I will assist.

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    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PT99AF View Post
    Anyone have experience using this trigger?

    https://gallowayprecision.com/taurus...11-g2-pistols/


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    Quote Originally Posted by KJK View Post
    Thanks!
    I have the same click noise Galloway Precision addressed in their YouTube video and that is not the lifter. That's the actual trigger bar not fully seating forward. When you fire at the range the roil assembly will push the slide with enough force to properly push the trigger bar completely forward but dry firing will not. You will have to manually push the trigger forward with your finger. I only shot one mag with no failures because I didn't want to chance damaging the trigger bar. I'm planning on reinstalling the original trigger and may return or experiment with the trigger a bit. My gun was brand new. Put 50 rounds through it and then installed this trigger. I put one mag (12 rds) and did not feel comfortable enough to continue. I reinstalled it today (removing the the trigger blade) and it functions flawless. 100rds without a single issue. I can not recommend this trigger to anyone who wants the safety of the trigger blade. The design of the trigger will not allow the blade to be fully depressed so it hangs up and clicks after it finally forced it way through. If you dont want a trigger blade than this is a great trigger. Galloway Precision says it is a 20% reduction, I'm going to disagree. It's more like 10-15% but the actual trigger face is nice and feels amazing when you pull it. It's $10 cheaper than Keep Tinkering's trigger that also does not have a trigger blade so if you are more inclined to not having the trigger blade safety his is also another option. My only issue (theoretically because I haven't tried Keep Tinkering's trigger) is that in his videos they don't leave much room for meatier fingers.

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    Asmund trigger with trigger blade removed and I also removed the manual safety. (My preference to not have one.)
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