Installed the Apex sear on my Shield

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  • breakingcontact

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    Apex sear installation complete. Excellent improvement for $50.

    Dropped the trigger pull from 6-7 pounds to around 4-4.5 approximately. Over travel and reset improved as well. I have 2 Shields so that was nice to be able to compare them afterwards. Best way I can describe it is now I dont have to squeeze the trigger. I can just press it straight back.

    Installation went well as I didn't lose any tiny springs or pins.

    When I see any of you knuckleheads at the range youre welcome to try it out.

    See how this improves my speed and IDPA scores.

    Im sure the full upgrade kit from Apex results in an incredible trigger as id now consider my Shield with the sear upgrade to have improved from good to excellent trigger (for a plastic/striker gun).
     

    franzas

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    I was wondering if you had any during the install. Just curious how difficult for an idiot like me to do.

    you gotta post a range report when you get around to trying it out
     

    Brains

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    I'm trying to decide how far I want to go with mine. Just the sear, the sear and the plug, or the whole ball of wax with the new aluminum trigger.
     
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