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    I have been shooting my FN 5.7 handgun for about a month - still hate the trigger. Are there any options out there for a drop in better trigger? I don't want to monkey with the one already in the gun and attempt a modification.


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    Quote Originally Posted by prairiefire View Post
    Are there any options out there for a drop in better trigger?
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    Any accomplished gun smith probably can do a nice polish job on it, but currently there's only one place that advertises it, and you're going to wait a while to get it done. I didn't like mine at 6lbs either, but had the trigger job done on it, and it's a nice smooth 3lbs now.
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    Dry fire, dry fire, dry fire then dry fire some more and when you're done dry fire some more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsmurdoch View Post
    Dry fire, dry fire, dry fire then dry fire some more and when you're done dry fire some more.
    Dry firing without a snap cap wont do any damage I assume??

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    So it would make a mess that would require a detailed cleaning, but would dry firing with lapping compound in the sear do more good? You can get litlle syringes with grease that has diamond dust from 800 grit up to 10,000 grit. A dab on the sear surfaces ought to do wonders.
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    If you have decent skills. the trigger group can be removed. then use fine file followed with a knife sharpening stone to polish and square up the trigger.
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    Elite Ammunition can make it better.....
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    I own many firearms and have been shooting for almost 30 years. What exactly do you not like about the trigger? It is actually an excellent unit. No creep, breaks crisply and very cleanly at just under 5 lbs, excellent and short reset. You would be hard pressed to find a better trigger on a factory handgun that isn't a traditional 1911 SA.
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