How many rounds have you put through it? I heard reviews that it loosens up after a while. I'm also looking at getting 1.Thanks, Battle Creek is do-able. I'm interested in the S&W Shield but would like to shoot it or a S&W with a similar action. I bought a Ruger lc9 a few months ago and I hate the trigger pull, so I don't want to make that mistake again!
In all seriousness, I've heard it called "the Ruger trigger job" where you sit down and dry fire the trigger about 5-10k times while watching a movie or football game.I bought a Ruger lc9 a few months ago and I hate the trigger pull, so I don't want to make that mistake again!
Google it first to see what other guys have done and recommend. I have heard that repeated dry firing like that does wonders for the triggers in Redhawks and Blackhawks, not sure about their semi autos though. Might be a good idea to put a snap cap in the chamber or punch the primer out of an empty case and insert a chunk of pencil eraser into the pocket to soften the blow of the firing pin.I haven't heard of that. What I don't like is how long the trigger pull is and how it finally breaks. But I will give this a try.