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Hey, I was wondering if there were any members in the Atlanta area who wouldn' mind letting me try their LEM trigger, preferably on a p30 and/or the hk45/c

I don't mind DA/SA, but the SA reset is a bit longer than I'm accustomed to - keep reading wonderful things about the LEM
 

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Hey, I was wondering if there were any members in the Atlanta area who wouldn' mind letting me try their LEM trigger, preferably on a p30 and/or the hk45/c

I don't mind DA/SA, but the SA reset is a bit longer than I'm accustomed to - keep reading wonderful things about the LEM
Lem is wonderful, it's like putting a quick shift on my 1098, you wouldn't think it could get more awesome but it did!
 

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Everything I've converted from DA/SA to LEM or dry-fired both triggers has had no change on the reset. If that's your specific gripe with the trigger its not the cure I'm afraid.

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Just interested in the continual action of the LEM, the reset won't break the deal. After reading stuff by Todd Green, I'm pretty persuaded, but wanted to make sure before I invested. Can't findany ATL dealers. Clyde's in athens use to be a dealer, but apparently isn't anymore.
 

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Just interested in the continual action of the LEM, the reset won't break the deal. After reading stuff by Todd Green, I'm pretty persuaded, but wanted to make sure before I invested. Can't findany ATL dealers. Clyde's in athens use to be a dealer, but apparently isn't anymore.
Wow that's nuts. Atlanta isn't exactly a small town!
Maybe call a few local ranges and see if they have any LEM pistols that they rent?
Sounds like your mind is made up though! I just try to play with something before I buy it (no female comments please ;)
 

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Just interested in the continual action of the LEM, the reset won't break the deal. After reading stuff by Todd Green, I'm pretty persuaded, but wanted to make sure before I invested. Can't findany ATL dealers. Clyde's in athens use to be a dealer, but apparently isn't anymore.
Sandy Springs Gun Club and Range has a p2000 LEM in the shop you can try.
 

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This should be more similar to the p30 right? I read that the hk45 and the p30 are different, the HK45 has less reset allegedly.
Yea, I think you're right.

Just remember that the p2k LEM at Sandy Springs Gun Club is medium weight, or that's my guess anyway. I tried it and it has a harder trigger pull than my HK45 light LEM.
 

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My p30 was purchased lem, I had lem put in my45ct, it is lighter than the p30, to me it is very noticeable so just be aware of the difference
 

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LEM seems to vary a lot. My v2 sk was much lighter from the start than my 45ct.. both have since been lightened and the sk is still lighter. The Sk and the fullsize 2000 are roughly the same though. Not a gunsmith, just my observations.
 
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