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Thread: Galloway Precision' Gallowglass Flat Faced Short Stroke Trigger for Kahr 9, 40 and 45

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    Iím guessing the one on the right has the little hook on the bottom of the trigger made a little less pointy in the forward direction. Did I guess right?
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    I'm going with the one on the right also, one on the left has a little more material left in the lower area. Is the little rounding off on the right side part of the mod or a defect that's actually in a good place. Lower end of the trigger on the right side, just a little corner rounded off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    Iím guessing the one on the right has the little hook on the bottom of the trigger made a little less pointy in the forward direction. Did I guess right?
    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    I'm going with the one on the right also, one on the left has a little more material left in the lower area. Is the little rounding off on the right side part of the mod or a defect that's actually in a good place. Lower end of the trigger on the right side, just a little corner rounded off?
    Darn, you both have good eyes!
    I did knock the corners down on the forward bottom part of the trigger.
    I also tapered the back side a bit which made it more rounded and thinner on the bottom.

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    Well I don't know about yqtszhj, but being deaf as a cedar stump I need to count on the eyes and they are getting questionable.
    As usual I like what you did to it. I'm a bit skeered to try installing one of those but wouldn't mind trying one out.
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    Looks better to me. I wasnít to sure about that big pointy bottom at first but what you accomplished looks like a definite improvement.
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    has anyone ever tried drilling/tapping a stock CM9 trigger for a overtravel screw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugs View Post
    has anyone ever tried drilling/tapping a stock CM9 trigger for a overtravel screw?

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    I havenít but my CM9 breaks so far back I donít think it would break if I did. Yours may be different though.

    I do have a CZ clone Iíve been meaning to drill and tap the trigger on but havenít done it yet. Bought the tap and bit so I need to make time to do it.
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    Got my CM9 with new Galloway flat trigger to the range today. Flawless function. I like this trigger shape better than what the factory put in the gun. I believe it gives me better ď feelĒ when Iím taking deliberate aimed shots AND helps keep everything lined up better when Iím firing rapidly. I kept the overtravel screw and donít believe it does much as the end of travel is already pretty much all the way back, but it does a little. Iíll take small improvements as I can get them, so long as performance and reliability arenít degraded. At this point Iím not getting a significant reduction in re-set which is consistent with what Galloway told us to expect. As soon as they offer the new sear, Iíll most likely go for that as well.

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    I think flat triggers are more traditionally used with guns shot in single-action.
    That said, I find the Kahr trigger light enough for me to use the tip of the pad of the trigger finger instead of the joint, and I'm much more accurate that way (less likely to pull or push the gun to one side or the other).

    I also find I shoot much better when over-travel is limited, though you have to be careful because there's a fine line between ideal and the gun doesn't reliably fire. I made a trigger-stop by putting a glob of expoxy paste behind the trigger and using sandpaper to reduce the depth until the trigger would break reliably.

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    Got a pic of that? Iíd like to see how much overtravel I can get rid of using that Fix.

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