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Will this "smooth" out the trigger? The weight doesn't bother me but the DA pull is kind of gritty. I seen that other people have put the wolff hammer spring in their HK's and I'm considering it to keep with DA/SA.
 

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How many rounds through it? If it is a carry piece, I would stay stock personally. Train through it or find another solution.
 

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How many rounds through it? If it is a carry piece, I would stay stock personally. Train through it or find another solution.
Brought it used. 2008 date code. I personally put 150 rounds through it. Like i said the weight doesn't bother me, its the feel of the trigger. Think it will smooth out? The previous owner must have not shot it much, when I got it, it looked NIB.
 

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As the others members have said put some rounds down the pipe and let it get settled in and it will smooth out in time.
 

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A ton of dry firing will help a lot too.
 

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Will this "smooth" out the trigger? The weight doesn't bother me but the DA pull is kind of gritty. I seen that other people have put the wolff hammer spring in their HK's and I'm considering it to keep with DA/SA.
Wolff spring will be too long for HK45C. It is designed for HK USP. I do not know if it will work properly cut down to fit HK45C.
 

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Based on personal experience, it may smooth out some with use, but don't hold your breath. Actually, with use and familiarity, you may think that it smooths out but in actuality, it is nothing more than you not noticing the trigger as much. HK triggers seldom get better with use and if they do, it is marginal at best. That's why I recommend training through the grit. It will either work out or it won't. If it doesn't, cut your losses and move on to something that works better for you.

I have north of 5,000 rounds through my primary 45c with several thousand dry fires (I don't keep track of these) and my trigger in DA mode is just as crappy as the day it was purchased. The HK45c has the best SA trigger and reset, but the worst DA trigger pull of the HK family in my opinion. The only other HK that rivals the crappy DA trigger pull is my P2000SK. The DA triggers on my P30's and USPc are night and day better.
 
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