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The LCP seems to have a long trigger pull (yes, it's a personal preference thing), but is there a way to get a shorter trigger pull? What are your suggestions? Maybe, I am just too used to my Glocks? Thanks.
 

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Machine said:
The LCP seems to have a long trigger pull (yes, it's a personal preference thing), but is there a way to get a shorter trigger pull? What are your suggestions? Maybe, I am just too used to my Glocks? Thanks.
suggestion: LEAVE IT ALONE. it is not a glock ;D
 

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jocko said:
Machine said:
The LCP seems to have a long trigger pull (yes, it's a personal preference thing), but is there a way to get a shorter trigger pull? What are your suggestions? Maybe, I am just too used to my Glocks? Thanks.
suggestion: LEAVE IT ALONE. it is not a glock ;D
+++1 on that !!!!!! jocko

the lcp is an different animal all together, given some trigger time all things will work out.



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Machine said:
The LCP seems to have a long trigger pull (yes, it's a personal preference thing), but is there a way to get a shorter trigger pull? What are your suggestions? Maybe, I am just too used to my Glocks? Thanks.
I view the long trigger pull an advantage with many carry methods. For example, I like to carry IWB with a clip http://ClipDraw.com/ while driving. Gives lots of margin for error if you are trying "holster" and get clothing caught by the trigger. It's never happened to me, even trying to do it, but others have expressed concern for this type of carry.
 

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Machine said:
Lol. Ok...I hear you. But I just really like the pull on my others......... :)
whats not to like about the trigger pull of a glock. Other than my G19 won,t fit in my pants pocket ;D ;D My kahrs which I think have the sweetest DA pulls on the market is looooong but smooth. Just takes some getting used to. They were built that way for safety as on my kahrs like on the lcp, the loooong trigger is ur only safety.

granted the lcp's are buggers to shoot great but they are 7 yards and under last resort go to guns and they are very accurate with proper trigger discipline. Hell my Smith M & P trigger is even smoother than my Glock. Every mfg-er is different.

Just shoot it like u stole it..
 
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