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    Default P30L stock trigger is

    Not that bad ..I must be one of the only people who likes the stock trigger.
    Have done hours of dry fire with all my HK's in DA and it has paid off for me.

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    Invest a little time and the stock HK triggers are not all that bad JMO.
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    I agree. My experience with the P30 platform has all been with V1 triggers but they aren’t as bad as the rep they get. However, if you’re used to short reset triggers ala Sig or even the much shorter reset on the HK45 line, the P30 trigger definitely has some shortcomings.
    I’ve been contemplating the grayguns drop in trigger for my p30 and p30sk but I don’t know if any reliability is sacrificed for the shorter reset. If I can be sure it’s 100% reliable, it would be a good purchase for me. However, if changing those few parts makes my P30s any less than bomb proof I’d rather just learn to live with the longer reset.

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    Y'all are not alone. While not a trigger snob, I can tell differences between triggers quite easily. HK D/A triggers are just fine with me, P30, P30L, HK45, HK45c, I can shoot all of them pretty well and especially single action triggers are just fine. I don't shoot matches, though I like to shoot fairly rapidly, and HKs work just fine.

    I'm sure there are better that can be installed, or mods to improve, but I don't see the need. My digital trigger scale shows across all my DA/SA HKs, SA pull is just under 5 lbs.
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    Others have said it before, but it bears repeating:
    The P30's trigger is a combat trigger, not a marksman trigger. It's design is such you can shoot with it competently and accurately, but more importantly NOT shoot when you don't want to. And, if you want to make it better, 5 cases through the gun smooths everything out nicely. :D
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    Agree completely with sota, triggers smooth out very nicely after couple thousand rounds.

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    I love my P30, but the trigger is the biggest weakness. I shoot my USP Tactical 9, and I’m reminded how much a P30 needs a tactical version with the trigger upgrade.

    If I could have the ergonomics and controls of the P30 and the trigger, threaded barrel, suppressor height sights of the USP Tactical, I’d be extremely happy.

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    I like my p30s trigger. I love it more when I cut off 2 coils off the hammer spring. But the trigger creep is a little more noticeable after the coil cut. But it is just FINE...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sota View Post
    Others have said it before, but it bears repeating:
    The P30's trigger is a combat trigger, not a marksman trigger.
    The P30's trigger is a combat trigger, not a marksman trigger.
    The P30's trigger is a combat trigger, not a marksman trigger.
    My W.Combat 1911 has among my 'best' triggers at 3.5#, oh wait... I'd rather carry my bone stock DA/SA P30/P30SK/P2000/USP9c.

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    All my HK triggers are factory. No custom job whatsoever, no problems/issue with them whatsoever. And I love 'em the way they are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent04 View Post
    All my HK triggers are factory. No custom job whatsoever, no problems/issue with them whatsoever. And I love 'em the way they are!










    +1

    Should I ever decide a change, the frame will be sent to HK for converting from da/sa to LEM, or vice versa.
    No mods, or non HK armorers tinkering with my toys.

    If only those darn LEM kits weren’t so expensive, for 19¢ of metal for 100$ (ouch)
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