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Old November 19th, 2014, 03:02 AM   #1
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Differences in M&P 9 fs trigger sear

I recently bought my first 9mm FS (born in 2013) and i took it apart to do polishing according to burwells DIY pdf. In the pdf there are pictures of an M&P sear that the geometry and finish look different. My stock sear looked polished and the ramp on which the trigger bar rides looked as if it was filed down already! I was suprised. So allmindis was polish some contact points and didnt remove any material. Any insight would be awesome!! Ty guys!-ryan

Ps. My small amount of just polishing made a world of difference. No grit just smooth pull and crisp break. Also my reset has always been very audible and distinct.

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Old November 19th, 2014, 04:07 AM   #2
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I recently bought my first 9mm FS (born in 2013) and i took it apart to do polishing according to burwells DIY pdf. In the pdf there are pictures of an M&P sear that the geometry and finish look different. My stock sear looked polished and the ramp on which the trigger bar rides looked as if it was filed down already! I was suprised. So allmindis was polish some contact points and didnt remove any material. Any insight would be awesome!! Ty guys!-ryan

Ps. My small amount of just polishing made a world of difference. No grit just smooth pull and crisp break. Also my reset has always been very audible and distinct.
I'm right there with you. I have a 2013 model. I polished a couple of contact point, did burwells trigger job. Voila! An excellent trigger, as a matter of fact my buddy likes my trigger better than his Sig P226 trigger. Says a lot in my book.

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I'm right there with you. I have a 2013 model. I polished a couple of contact point, did burwells trigger job. Voila! An excellent trigger, as a matter of fact my buddy likes my trigger better than his Sig P226 trigger. Says a lot in my book.

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Awesome man! Yeah the sear in the pdf pictures looks rough and dark in color with a rounded lip where the trigger bar rides. My sear however looks polished with a nice ramp angle instead of the rounded geometry on the original.
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The Burwell DIY is at least 6-7 years old.
The parts have been upgraded by S&W and are ans look different.
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I haven't looked up the Burwell job but I rounded off the edge of the sear and polished the whole thing. Probably around a 3-pound trigger now on my full size 9mm. I'm not going to mess with my compact's trigger because it's my carry gun.
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The Burwell DIY is at least 6-7 years old.
The parts have been upgraded by S&W and are ans look different.
This is what i suspected... Def looks like a completly different sear! For the better. Ty!!- ryan
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