I lightened my M&P trigger from 7+ lb to 6 lb) with stock parts and no polishing

I lightened my M&P trigger from 7+ lb to 6 lb) with stock parts and no polishing

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    I lightened my M&P trigger from 7+ lb to 6 lb) with stock parts and no polishing

    My new/used M&P had a 7+ lb trigger break and I could feel it too much when shooting longer range shots. It's new to me, but was a used M&P in excellent condition.

    This may be a well documented method; I haven't seen it documented anywhere, but then I didn't look for it, so it may be all over the place. It requires no polishing, no spring replacement, no after market parts. I'm not going to disclose how I did it until I put lots of rounds through it as a reliability test.

    I liked the stock trigger break, it was quite crisp and 'quick', but it was just too heavy. The modification changed the trigger characteristics a bit, so I'm going to have to shoot it some to see if I improved anything or just changed it.
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    One of the things I like abut the M&P is how easy it is to clean up the trigger.
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    Yeah, the last thing I ever want to do is tell everybody about this great new "whatsit" and have it come back later to bite me when it turns out NOT to be so great. Better safe than sorry.

    Let us know how it goes. That way even if it fails, others with know what NOT to do, which is the essence of experimentation.
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