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    Default Galloway CM9 trigger may be on the horizon

    The following is meant as merely an FYI, not an endorsement since at the moment there's nothing to endorse:
    I've been communicating with the good folks at Galloway Precision regarding the possibility of a short stroke trigger for the CM9.
    They tell me they will be doing the install video this weekend and that the initial offering is 2-3 weeks out.
    I'm very interested...looking forward to seeing what they have been able to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guido4198 View Post
    The following is meant as merely an FYI, not an endorsement since at the moment there's nothing to endorse:
    I've been communicating with the good folks at Galloway Precision regarding the possibility of a short stroke trigger for the CM9.
    They tell me they will be doing the install video this weekend and that the initial offering is 2-3 weeks out.
    I'm very interested...looking forward to seeing what they have been able to do.


    I will watch this post with interest as I am a fan of Galloway’s products. When my brother finally stopped carrying his NAA mini revolver in .22 mag and stepped up to the RM380 loaded with the mighty .380 acp round, I picked one up to play with.
    The brown VZ grips were a Christmas gift from me, but his gun is otherwise bone stock.
    Mine has everything Galloway had for the little Remington and I like the change. The laser might have been a bit over the top though.
    I have also installed a Galloway “Sweet Pea” tigger in a friends Ruger LCP and his runs nice.

    I’m not sure I would change out the trigger in my (new to me) PM9, I like a stock Kahr trigger a lot, but I will keep an open mind to the ideal.
    I’ll also keep an eye on the Galloway website to watch for developments.

    Thanks for the heads up and have a good one.

    Peace
    I was once asked if I was "a paranoid for carrying my Kahr".
    "Nope" I said, "just prepared".
    " prepared for what" he asked?
    "more stuff than you are"
    God Bless our Troups!

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    UPDATE:
    I checked the Galloway Precision website this morning. They are offering a new product for Kahr pistols.
    A flat face trigger with an adjustable set screw to limit over travel. An installation video is also up on the website. They are expecting to be offering a replacement sear shortly after the first of the year which should complete their “ short stroke” offering for my CM9. Anxious to give it a good look, do the install and wring it out on the range.
    Disclaimer: I have no connection to Galloway. Just putting this out as an update on an option that is available.

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    Thanks for the update.

    It’s not very confidence inspiring that the short stroke sear they designed doesn’t work.

    muggsy: Let's face it, being shot by a .380 will ruin anyone's day.

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    The Kahr trigger is perfection for EDC IMO. I like Gallaway products for other guns, like recoil springs etc. But absolutely would not want to change the Kahr. I think Kahr knows they have a good one and got it right the first time.

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    I'm going to give it a look...just put my order in for one.
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