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Just got a new pt-92af-d really like everything about it,except the curve of the trigger.In double action the tip of the trigger kinda is uncomfortable I guess is how i'd put it. Didanyone have trouble adjusting to it.I know this is a petty complaint.I really do love the gun.
 

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No it's not short,just designed with a lot of curve and my inital finger placement catches the tip a little.In single action it's fine.I guess shooting it more and getting more familiar with it will fix it.
 

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I've got a 99 ss that does that, but my 99 blue does not. I have been tempted to take a file to it :confused:
 

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I have no problem with my 99.
But there are several people that have a problem with the CZ curved triggers in some models as it causes pain after they shoot few rounds it gets uncomfortable.
again I have no problems with my CZ either.
of course CZ offers different trigger types and curvatures as after market parts too.
NO luck to my knowledge with Taurus though.
The only corrective measure that I have heard of on the CZ is a trigger change.
 

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Uphill, I know exactly what you mean!
When I first bought my PT92 I had the same experience.

I did find that after shooting it a while it went away, either I started setting my finger just a little differently or else I got used to the feeling.

Not sure which, but feels fine now!
 

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These are the triggers on my 99's, the SS is the one that has a sharp edge that I may put a file to.

Gun Firearm Trigger Revolver Gun accessory


Ah! the dreaded rotation of the pic. :mad:

Actually the SS seems to have more of a bow to it than the blue. The blue was bought new, the SS was used.
 
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