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Performance Center/Pro Sear in M&P 45

This is a discussion on Performance Center/Pro Sear in M&P 45 within the MP Pistol Tech Help forums, part of the Smith & Wesson MP Forum category; Originally Posted by bullseye250 Link above is a search of M&P sears with pictures! Thanks. I already knew what the Pro/Performance Center sear for the ...


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Old December 22nd, 2015, 09:53 AM   #16
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Link above is a search of M&P sears with pictures!
Thanks. I already knew what the Pro/Performance Center sear for the Pro 9/40 looked like and the sear now in my 45 looks just like it. However, that doesn't answer my question which is what does the stock sear look like in the current model M&P 45? The paper from S&W stated that only the trigger bar had been replaced. I called S&W and the rep told me that my trigger was worked on by a Performance Center tech and that it is possible that he played Santa Claus and put the PC sear in the gun without documenting it. The current sear in my gun looks like the 3rd sear down in the 3 sear photo in this link (scroll down to sear photos)
[urlhttp://www.longislandfirearms.com/forum/topic/76212-mp-production-updates/[/url] Could someone with a late model 45 take a look at their stock sear and tell me which sear it looks like in the photo?

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Old December 25th, 2015, 11:03 AM   #17
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if you haven`t fixed your heavy trigger issue yet,
if you purchase a STRIKER spring of 4# from WOLFF
SPRINGS, that will drop the trigger pull to 4.5 to 5#
with nothing else changed. the cost is minimal. i
have an M&P 45 and only changed the spring and
went from 7+ to 4.75#, LOVE it now.
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Old December 26th, 2015, 02:36 PM   #18
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if you haven`t fixed your heavy trigger issue yet,
if you purchase a STRIKER spring of 4# from WOLFF
SPRINGS, that will drop the trigger pull to 4.5 to 5#
with nothing else changed. the cost is minimal. i
have an M&P 45 and only changed the spring and
went from 7+ to 4.75#, LOVE it now.
Thanks! When I received my new 45 back from S&W the trigger was much lighter but not too light. There was some wear noted on the trigger bar loop/candy cane and and on the part of the bar that engages the striker block, so it appears that it was dry fired many many times. It also appears to now have the Pro/Perfromance Center Sear in it, so collectively S&W has reduced the trigger pull which was about 10 lbs when I sent it in. I would estimate that it is around 6 lbs now. If I wanted to lighten a spring I think that I'd rather lighten the trigger return spring rather than the striker spring.

Anyhow, I'm wondering if you could take a look at your stock 45 sear and compare it with the sear photos found in the photo in this URL (scroll down for photo) and tell me which one it looks like. urlhttp://www.longislandfirearms.com/forum/topic/76212-mp-production-updates/[/url] My pistol is the LEO version which was made in July of 2014 and then sat on the shelf until I bought it in November 2015.

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it took me forever to get that link you posted to work, way too many letters in it. but i got it to work and the sear in my gun is identical to the TOP sear, complete with the #2 embossed in it.
So, dblb's sear in his 45 looks like the standard sear while my new sear looks like the 3rd sear in the picture, which is a Performance Center sear. The trigger is now just how I like it for a carry/home defense pistol! I should thank Smith & Wesson for being a great company and for going the extra mile in standing behind their product!
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