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Old June 8th, 2017, 08:16 PM   #1
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M&P 2.0 Stock trigger?

Just bought an M&P 2.0 9mm and the first time I dry fired it I noticed what felt like a two stage trigger pull, first a click and then followed by another click as the striker released. Is this normal for a new pistol or should I contact S&W?
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Old June 8th, 2017, 09:04 PM   #2
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Here's what I recommend, clean and oil it as recommended in the owner's manual, then take it out and put 100+ rounds through it, that kind of takes off the rough edges, then see what you think.
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Old June 9th, 2017, 04:29 AM   #3
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The double click is not normal. I had the same experience with an M&P9 m2.0 that I worked on for a member of my church. The culprit is my experience was that the trigger bar was engaging the FPB plunger at such an acute angle that it caused a click before the actual click of the trigger break.

I simply rounded the edges of the FPB plunger and polished the trigger bar engagement surfaces, and the gun now has a nice smooth press right up to the trigger break... Just 1 click.

If you are not comfortable with doing any of what I described, then I would suggest that you send it back to S&W.
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Here's what I recommend, clean and oil it as recommended in the owner's manual, then take it out and put 100+ rounds through it, that kind of takes off the rough edges, then see what you think.
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Thanks for the replies, first order of business will be to take it apart,clean and lube pistol and then take it to the range and see how it all turns out.
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X3. I ran about 150 through my 2.0 .40 and the trigger is AWESOME!
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X3. I ran about 150 through my 2.0 .40 and the trigger is AWESOME!
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