Galloway Trigger Kit for LC9

Galloway Trigger Kit for LC9

This is a discussion on Galloway Trigger Kit for LC9 within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I just received an email that Galloway Precision's trigger kit for the LC9 is available! I ordered one right away. I got a $5 discount ...

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    Galloway Trigger Kit for LC9

    I just received an email that Galloway Precision's trigger kit for the LC9 is available! I ordered one right away. I got a $5 discount off of $60 for reserving in advance. They said they should ship by the 19th. I will update with a review after I receive it.

    The kit is supposed to shorten the trigger travel by half. http://www.gallowayprecision.com/lc9...anceparts.html
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    Well, not only was I not able to complete the installation, but I also am unarmed now. While I was disassembling my LC9 a spring popped out and went flying somewhere. I am missing a spring and a pin. I am working with a gunsmith at my LGS to get replacements.

    Since I own two pistols and one is in the shop, I left my Glock 23 at home with my girlfriend. I would rather be unarmed instead of my woman at home. I did just buy a shotgun, but I haven't been able to teach her how to shoot it yet. She is a decent shot with my Glock.
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    Thats about funny as hell. I say that because that is what would happen to me if I was going to install it.(I did look at ordering the trigger kit).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwinston View Post
    Thats about funny as hell. I say that because that is what would happen to me if I was going to install it.(I did look at ordering the trigger kit).
    Yeah, it was embarrasing to walk into my LGS and explain what happend and ask for help.
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    You can order replacement parts right off rugers website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azchevy View Post
    You can order replacement parts right off rugers website.
    Part of my problem is that I don't have a suitable workplace to take it apart. I have no problem doing a fieldstrip to clean after shooting. Its a detailed disassembly that I have a hard time with. I decided to let my LGS where I bought it do the work.
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    Pulled the punch out from the hammer too far didn't you... The install was easy as pie for me, but I didn't like where the reset was after installing the trigger bar so i took it back out. i just have the hammer now and I like the feel of the trigger.

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    I have decided to leave mine alone. I have been shooting it and feel comfortable with it. Once you get used to it its not so bad. just kinda long. I had the same thing happen when I took my Ruger 10/22 apart for a new trigger. Took me longer to find a spring on the floor than to put it back together. I was about ready to order another part. Funny now but It was not funny crawling around on the floor.

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    I could use some suggestions. I have a lc9 on hold at a local gun shop and they will allow me to exchange the lc9 for a sr9c(higher price but not an issue). I also currently have a nice kahr cw9 that I carry. My issue is, I like the trigger better on the sr9c and also on the kahr but I like the light weight of the lc9. I think the lc9 will be easier to carry. So do I get the lc9 and a trigger kit or go with a sr9c? Just get the lc9 and get use to the long trigger pull without the trigger kit? For now it will be just one or the other. Thoughts?

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    Just get the lc9. Trigger is not that bad and you can upgrade it later
    Plus it can hide anywhere on you.
    It does shoot pretty nice for a little guy
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    I left my LC9 stock and I'm fine with it. I don't want to mess with my carry trigger and I don't want to spend $60 plus installation on a $325 gun. It is what it is, not a range gun.

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    I can't open that link. What comes in the Galloway kit? Hammer, trigger bar, springs, etc?

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    Thank you for your input. I love both guns! I will just go with the lc9 and leave the trigger alone. Probably get the sr9c later. I've heard nothing but good things from their customer service so I don't expect issues but it's good to know the company stands behind their products.

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    I think I have buyers remorse over getting the LC9 instead of SR9C. I may sell it soon and get the SR9C or something else with a better trigger.
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    I was really tempted to buy a LC9 at a gun show here in Hampton the past weekend. There were several vendors selling it for $325 !!! Which I am assuming is a good price. God Bless

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