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Trigger Length

  • Short

    Votes: 9 22.5%
  • Medium

    Votes: 17 42.5%
  • Long

    Votes: 13 32.5%
  • Swiss Cheesed

    Votes: 11 27.5%
  • Solid

    Votes: 6 15.0%
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· Registered
4,029 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Small , Med , or Large

Swiss Cheesed or Solid

I prefer Solid and Long

Though i have short and swiss Cheesed

· Registered
394 Posts
I like the medium length triggers. I have both solid and swiss cheese triggers, but no real preference. The swiss cheese trigger on my Smith does look sweet though.

· Premium Member
5,072 Posts
I had to vote short and medium. I have always used short but for some reason on the 2 revo's the medium feel right. I prefer the solid videcki/greider trigger.

· 1911auto Supporters
340 Posts
welp, I recently installed a long trigger in my 38 super.
I much prefer it to the the stock trigger.
What ever size that is, med??

I'll be ordering long trigger for my 45 soon

i kind of like the looks of the "holy" trigger.


· Registered
160 Posts
Medium, even though I don't own any...yet. I tried one, and liked it (I thought I might).

SOLID. I hate holey triggers. Slanted slide serrations and a few other things that give traditionalists fits of the vapors don't bother me, but holey triggers do. Good for lint catching, and that's about it.
If a guns sticks around, the holey trigger ends up in the same parts box with FLGRs, plastic mainspring housings, and hex head screws (at least hex head screws work, unlike FLGRs- I just never have a wrench handy for them).

Sorry. Pet peeve.

· Unemployed
218 Posts
short fingers = short trigger
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