Apex AEK trigger or stock?

This is a discussion on Apex AEK trigger or stock? within the MP Full Size Pistols forums, part of the Smith & Wesson MP Forum category; Originally Posted by ideaman99 If I can move the trigger back an 1/8" it the fit would be perfect. Can this be done? Sure it ...


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Old April 13th, 2013, 12:40 AM   #21
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If I can move the trigger back an 1/8" it the fit would be perfect.

Can this be done?
Sure it can. You can install a pretravel stop, or have one of the gunsmiths on this forum do it for you.

My fingers are rather long, about a 10" hand span, but I prefer the trigger to be back a bit also. I find this provides a better angle for my trigger finger, so I can pull straight back at speed without pushing to one side or the other.

You're gonna love the fit of that Shield.
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