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    Rt now it has the full match kit installed!
    Question...if I just can't deal with light reset on trigger could I simply replace match trs with stock trs???
    Would I still b able to keep lighter SA pull???

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    What is it about the light reset you don't like? Is it hanging up while dry firing? It will not hang up while live firing if that's your concern. Some guys have used a P2000 spring IIRC that solved the reset issue. I didn't bother since I don't dry fire.

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    Just practice with it and you will get use to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimuth View Post
    What is it about the light reset you don't like? Is it hanging up while dry firing? It will not hang up while live firing if that's your concern. Some guys have used a P2000 spring IIRC that solved the reset issue. I didn't bother since I don't dry fire.
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    Just practice with it and you will get use to it.
    Every now and then it goes bang and then again unexpectedly!!
    The breaking point seems awfully close to the reset!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burstco View Post
    Every now and then it goes bang and then again unexpectedly!!
    The breaking point seems awfully close to the reset!
    Right. Yeah that is a matter of muscle memory. I installed the Match components in my USPct clone. The trigger is night and day different than the combat trigger it came with. Takes some range time to train surprise out of firing a mag. Finding the wall and discerning the break takes time. I shoot controlled pairs better with the match trigger now. Give it some time. You'll come to love it.
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    what azimuth said


    AND

    practice, practice, practice

    then more practice


    two weeks of practice - a half hour every day and then revisit how you feel about it
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimuth View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Burstco View Post
    Every now and then it goes bang and then again unexpectedly!!
    The breaking point seems awfully close to the reset!
    Right. Yeah that is a matter of muscle memory. I installed the Match components in my USPct clone. The trigger is night and day different than the combat trigger it came with. Takes some range time to train surprise out of firing a mag. Finding the wall and discerning the break takes time. I shoot controlled pairs better with the match trigger now. Give it some time. You'll come to love it.
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    what azimuth said


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    practice, practice, practice

    then more practice
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    I'll keep pluggin away👍🏻
    I have safely 5500 rnds through my usp but only the last 400 with new match in her!!

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    Use her, a lot, the pull, reset will smooth out a wee bit.

    Buy a case of good +P ammo, and hit the range, or outdoors, shoot 5-600 rounds, you will notice a difference, worth it.
    Keep stock. Don’t muck w the trigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burstco View Post
    Thanks guys I appreciate the Brotherhood!!
    I'll keep pluggin away
    I have safely 5500 rnds through my usp but only the last 400 with new match in her!!
    How does she smoke otherwise? Grouping well? Reliability still there?

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    I have a total of ~1200 rounds through my USP. About 300 with the match trigger. I don't have any issues with the trigger and like many others I think it is worlds better then the stock trigger. In terms of the reset you're talking about I have not found a massive difference other than it being shorter because of the stopper built into the trigger. But overall I find a solid and positive reset. Give it some time and I feel that you will get more and more used to it.

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