Hellcat upgraded Trigger

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  • crwoosley

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    I'm looking to upgrade the trigger on my hellcat. 7 1/4 lbs is too heavy for my liking. There are several after market available. Does anyone have one they've used?
     

    navops

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    I like the Apex Enhancement Tigger, and it has improved the trigger characteristics (i.e., weight, uptake, break, and reset) while keeping it appropriate as a CCW trigger. Recommend having a vise to make installation easier. You will need to remove the factory trigger from the trigger bar and use a vise to push a pin to connect the Apex trigger to the trigger bar. There are probably other ways of doing it, but the Apex installation video used a vise and it does make it easy.
     

    crwoosley

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    I like the Apex Enhancement Tigger, and it has improved the trigger characteristics (i.e., weight, uptake, break, and reset) while keeping it appropriate as a CCW trigger. Recommend having a vise to make installation easier. You will need to remove the factory trigger from the trigger bar and use a vise to push a pin to connect the Apex trigger to the trigger bar. There are probably other ways of doing it, but the Apex installation video used a vise and it does make it easy.
    Thank you very much for your advice. I appreciate it. The Apex is the one that I've been leaning towards. I'm glad to know that you've had some good experiences with it
     

    twinin

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    I would also say the Apex but you could also look at Powder River Precision. They do great work with Springfields
     

    Plw8

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    Thank you very much for your advice. I appreciate it. The Apex is the one that I've been leaning towards. I'm glad to know that you've had some good experiences with i.
    Apex is the best hands down. Will take a good break In period to get it running top notch!
     
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