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NEW! Drop in XDM Trigger Kit

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We are proud to release our Completely Drop In XDM Trigger Kit. This project has been along time in the making. This kit should not require any fitting. In-order to make this happen we had to loosen up our tolerances a little. Because of that, this kit will have slightly more travel than our other kits. It reduces the trigger movement by about 45% and lightens the pull to around 3.5-4.5 lbs. It is production legal.

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http://shop.powderriverprecision.net/product.sc?productId=73&categoryId=3

Thank you for your business and support,

Regards,

~Daniel

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Do you have a video of the trigger in action showing the distance traveled from first pull until the engagement and release of the striker? I see on your site the cartoon, but I'm wondering if you havea real video. The travel before the fireing pin releases is something I just don't like and am looking for a way to reduce this.

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When using the new drop in trigger, do you have to pull the trigger on a cocked gun to remove the side?

Or to say it another way, will it still work like a factory gun?

Oh, and in advance I do not want this to turn into a treatise on safety procedures.

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Do you have a video of the trigger in action showing the distance traveled from first pull until the engagement and release of the striker? I see on your site the cartoon, but I'm wondering if you havea real video. The travel before the fireing pin releases is something I just don't like and am looking for a way to reduce this.

I will do a video showing the install and the results. Thank you for your question.

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When using the new drop in trigger, do you have to pull the trigger on a cocked gun to remove the side?

Or to say it another way, will it still work like a factory gun?

Oh, and in advance I do not want this to turn into a treatise on safety procedures.

All the safety systems including the auto take down system work the same as the factory. Thank you for your question also.

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