Ruger LC9 Trigger

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    Ruger LC9 Trigger

    Any suggestions of improving/replacing a LC 9 trigger???

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    I left mine alone, I practice with it and have gotten used to it. It is what it is. I think they get a bit better with use but not much. The beauty of the gun is the low cost, I hate to put money into it.
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    thats way cool and also on BO. I still don't know if I would swap out the trigger, but since I got my LC9 for 349.99 with a 50 dollar in store credit ( 300 )
    I could get it and still be just under 400 bucks.
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    As MrBuckWheat says above, I just kept mine like it was. I don't know if it was the number of rounds put through it or if I was just getting used to it but it's gotten easier to shoot well.
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    It does take quite a few rounds through it, but it does ease up a little.
    Keeping mine stock, trigger doesn't bother me. But then I like revolvers too.

    As stated, Check out Galloway if you really wish to change it.
    Some have had great luck, others not so much.
    The Ruger forums discuss this in detail.

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    Yea dump it and get a real gun.





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    I also bought the Galloway trigger kit for my LC9. It reduces the length of pull by about half. I put hundreds of rounds through my LC9 after installing the Galloway parts with zero malfunctions. It made a big difference for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DKNY1 View Post
    Yea dump it and get a real gun.





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    ditto, I got rid of mine. Didn't think it was worth spending any time or money on.

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    Just learn to shoot it. It's no different than a double action revolver. Master it and you'll discover you can shoot a revolver too. In all honesty I had a love/hate relationship with mine for a long time, but I gradually improved. Now all I do is smile when I take it to the range. I'm competent and confident with it. :-)

    My advice, learn it as is or get rid of it. Happy shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBuckwheat View Post
    thats way cool and also on BO. I still don't know if I would swap out the trigger, but since I got my LC9 for 349.99 with a 50 dollar in store credit ( 300 )
    I could get it and still be just under 400 bucks.
    i used the Galloway hammer in mine but not the trigger bar. The hammer alone, if they still sell them, shortened the trainer's break point a little but the trigger bar moved the reset point so far forward I couldn't double tap.

    Also removing the mag safety smoothed out the trigger quite a bit.
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    Snap caps and lot and lots of dry firing tends to clean them right up.

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