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Old 08-30-2017, 08:51 AM   #1
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Question Regarding Galloway Triggers

I've just recently purchased a Micro 9 CDP in 9 mm and so far have only fired 100 rounds thru it and am extremely with my new pistol and have no fault with it's trigger. Having said that, I've read and watched the videos on the Galloway Precision triggers especially for my pistol. could someone who has had the conversion done, explain to me the advantages, if any, to the Galloway trigger. I am aware that the Galloway has an over travel adjustment screw whereas the factory trigger does not. Is that the only advantage?
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Old 08-30-2017, 09:27 AM   #2
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W engineering has a stainless steel skeletonized trigger that looks good.
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I've just recently purchased a Micro 9 CDP in 9 mm and so far have only fired 100 rounds thru it and am extremely with my new pistol and have no fault with it's trigger. Having said that, I've read and watched the videos on the Galloway Precision triggers especially for my pistol. could someone who has had the conversion done, explain to me the advantages, if any, to the Galloway trigger. I am aware that the Galloway has an over travel adjustment screw whereas the factory trigger does not. Is that the only advantage?
Our trigger changes the geometry of the swing so that it drops the pull weight some, then with the over travel adjustment it gives you the shortest pull possible. If you aren't looking to change the travel of the trigger or anything else and just want non stock trigger W Engineering would be the way to go.
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