Woaw look what I just found https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/Match-Trigger-VP9-VP40-Drop-In-367p17988.htm watch your back Lobos. I just bought the Lobos for my VP9. Guess I'll order this one for my vp40.
I can't really tell for certain but there seems to be a slot/swivel pin hole for the safety, actual safety lever may just not be included. I'd certainly agree that a striker-fired pistol without the safety would be unwise.No safety on the trigger? That's just plain stupid.
You know what they say David, "No good invention goes uncopied!" At least it's not the Chinese copying your invention, making it out of cardboard and selling it for $.75!Looks like just temporary pic of the stock trigger. A little competition is always good. Seems like they ordered one from me last week. Interested to see what they come up with...
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That's how any aftermarket trigger is going to come unless it has a differently designed lever... The factory components are going to be the most reliable, and adjusting the cost of these to be "complete" triggers with factory added parts would make them expensive, and then we would have people complaining that they cost to much. Id prefer it this way and just swap the factory components over... As far as "drop in" trigger, these aren't AR15s, no trigger for a handgun is a drop in 10 second job, they all require parts transfer and disassembly of some sort, but by "drop in", it means no machining or modification required beyond the transfer of parts.I assumed it just wasn't installed in the pics. But calling it a "drop in" trigger if you have to supply and install your own safety lever seems a little disingenuous to me.