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    Galloway Precision trigger

    Installed a Galloway Precision trigger in the Bodyguard tonight. Not to hard after I got my head out of where I put it. Will try it on the range tomorrow. Bill
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    Another trigger kit that works as advertied. The trigger pull is a bit heavier, but that is due to the heavier hammer spring and shim that is included to reduce the chance of light primer strikes. A reduced power firing pin return spring and blocker spring are included, but I didn't install them because removal of the rear sight is required and I don't want to do that until I install aftermarket sights. With the trigger, the BG is much easier to keep on target. The increased trigger pull is not really noticed. I had to really limp wrist to get any kind of failure ( 1 ftf). Well worth the time and money. Bill
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