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My Taurus TCP .380 has a measured trigger pull of just 4 pounds. Is this normal? I got the gun second hand and have no idea about its history. It is accurate and reliable.
 

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It may have the Galloway 5lb hammer spring in it. I think factory is heavier.


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In a proper holster I believe it is safe. A proper holster covers most of the gun and most importantly all of the trigger area so that nothing can get near the trigger while in the holster.
 

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Holster is your friend!...................
 

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I believe the stock trigger is heavier, perhaps even twice that figure. But it's a long, smooth pull so it's tough to judge and my finger hasn't been calibrated lately.

4# is lighter than I'd be comfortable with on a gun with no safety. The long, double action revolver like pull is the safety feature for me on the TCP. But I don't claim to represent the mainstream, and the LCP2 is exhibit A. I wouldn't own one of those if you gave it to me.
 
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