Even the guys in the gun shop where drooling! BTC M&P9c Awesomeness!
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It was nothing but ohhs and ahhhs and "holy crap that trigger feels like a tuned 1911!" at the gun store today. My special thanks goes out to Spectre firearms for letting me come in 40 minutes after hours to pick this baby up, nothing beats customer service like that!
So I brought her home and I gave her the inaugral cleaning. I will be shooting her tommorow!
This trigger can not be described with words, but I'll try...not too lite but definitely not heavy, zero takeup, zero overtravel, and zero reset. It's just a click when squeezed and a click when pressure is removed...that's it...really.
Red dot site will take some getting used to so I'll be doing some dry fire practice tonight and we'll see about how she performs tommorow. I can tell you when transitioning from dot to the buis you have to refocus, meaning when I was aiming with the retical I was focused on the dot and sites where not in focus enough to be useable. To use the back up sites I had to let the target go blurry.
Stippling can only be described as sharp and grippy...think skateboard tape grippy but permanent and way more aesthetic.
I had many things done to the gun but I'm too excited to think...almost! Follow3 on range report to follow and I may try my hand at my first youtube video review.