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Unread December 4th, 2019, 08:32 PM   #1
 
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LC9s: Short stroke trigger by Galloway Precision

Has anybody tried the Galloway trigger for the LC9s/EC9s: Aegis Short Stroke Trigger?

link: https://gallowayprecision.com/aegis-...d-ec9s-pistols



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Sorry no one has gotten back to you. I'd be interested also.

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All I can say is, I traded my LC9S because I truly believed the trigger was way too light and broke too quickly. Otherwise I loved the gun.
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I don't know about the lc but the one for the sr40 works like a charm. I loaded an sr40 up with Galloway parts and it really improved it. Galloway does make good stuff and superfast on shipping. my sr trigger is now what ruger should have made it out of the box.
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All I can say is, I traded my LC9S because I truly believed the trigger was way too light and broke too quickly. Otherwise I loved the gun.
I'm tweaking mine for IDPA Bug gun matches. I wouldn't be looking at it for a carry gun.
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I polished the stock trigger on my LC9s to get rid of the sharp edges and mated the trigger safety to the trigger so it was flush with the trigger when pulled.

That seems to have eliminated the trigger "bite".

The Galloway trigger does look interesting and looks better than some of their triggers with the screw sticking out the back.
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Have not heard any data on the Galloway trigger for the LC9s/EC9s: Aegis Short Stroke Trigger. Curious to see if anyone has tried it too!
*For me a lite trigger is on the LC9s/EC9s is not a good thing. When training with my EC9s after breaking it in I noticed it took time to get to know the break for me. So far it has been a good trigger and has smoothed out but not too much. Anymore and I will keep it in the safe. Just my opinion to each his own.
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