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Ghost Rocket vs. Apex Competition

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Sooner or later I'm going to be getting another pistol, probably .40, undoubtedly used, probably polymer striker fired. There's an abundance of M&P and Glock used police pistols which is making them a very attractive option, to either pick up an M&P 40 full size or G22 used then put a good trigger in it. I currently have a G34 with the Ghost Rocket in it and love it. My question then is, though, how would you compare a Glock with that connector (or better?) to an M&P with the Apex Competition kit in it? I know people who have them and they swear by them but I haven't had the chance to actually try one myself. Anyone here own both or have had one or the other and have preference between them and why?

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apples and oranges, my good man. Dont pick between the two based on anything but how they fit your hands.

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If your going to keep the rest of your Glock stock and just add a connector then the M&P. If your going to buy a drop in kit like I build then Glock. The Apex is all set non adjustable, a set up like mine gives you adjustable pre travel from stock to none, a few different break feels and weights 2.5-5, adjustable over travel from stock to none, reset length speed and feel- like the standard glock palpable pop or and understated reset. Also it's Glock OEM parts and I insist on chatting with clients so I can pre calibrate to your specific shooting style. That way you don't have to adjust anything just drop it in. That's my 2 cents worth.

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