Who knows TH9 trigger pull weight?
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    Who knows TH9 trigger pull weight?

    My TH9 feels like 6-7 lb. single action, too hard.
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    For a defensive handgun that is about the correct range. For a target gun, that sucks. Many manufacturers tend towards the heavy side. Glock is a good example of the heavy side. I've seen so many boxes marked 5.5lb connector and on examination, the 8lb was in the guns.

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    Got to agree with maloy. The trigger is fine on mine. Each to his own.

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    My G3 is about 4 lb., big difference.

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    The TH9 is a hammer version pistol which is going to have to have a heavier trigger pull versus a striker version so this would be a case of comparing oranges to apples.

    Many of us have through the years come up on hammer pistols and with no problems in dealing with the DA trigger pull.

    If you like the striker fired guns, no problem. I have striker fired guns yet like the hammer on pistols a bit better.

    For those new to shooting anything the striker guns can be a blessing.

    If one puts a bit more time and practice into a hammer gun then no problem. Go with what you know and what fits your individual needs.

    I came up on revolvers so pistols with DA or DA/SA triggers are not a problem.

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    Your TH9 will loosen up with a few hundred rounds

    To help it along take the slide off and put a drop of oil on the trigger bar and trigger , on the bar where it rubs the frame and where the bar meets the hammer
    Put the slide back on

    With the hammer forward look across the beaver tail to a slot in the hammer , the hammer spring strut fits in there , fill it with a heavy oil upside down and dry fire a lot to work the oil in , let the extra run out over night

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    I saw a YouTube review video where the single-action pull was 6+ lbs, and the double action pull was 11+ lbs.
    I would like to have about 2 lbs taken off of both.

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    My Ruger P95 has same trigger pull like my G3, very nice, about 4 lb.
    I don't want to remove hammer and sear from TH9 and polish.
    I thought it was common to have 4 lb. single action trigger.
    Last edited by car5car; 07-12-2020 at 10:34 AM.

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    After a few visits to the range the SA pull did smooth out. Hardly ever shoot in DA so not concerned unless I have a FTF and need a second strike. Carry locked and cocked so defensively in SA mode on first shot.

 

 

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