Already use it!For bullseye shooting, the Sprinco 'light trigger spring kit' is what you need. Call Sprinco, talk to Alan, tell eem' imaoldfart sent you. <img src="http://www.waltherforums.com/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Big Grin" class="inlineimg" />
Any issues to be aware of with this spring kit? Lighter primer strikes? Slower reset? Still drop safe???Nope, as far as I know, they only offer 'one' kit. Here is Alan's description:
Walther PPQ "TSK Competition Trigger Kit" Designed with Daniel Thompson of Team Walther, Installation of the 2 springs renders a 3.5# Competition ONLY trigger pull. Includes replacement trigger return spring and firing pin safety spring. Moly Plated and Cryogenic Processed for long service life.
I have this kit, and I can say it performs as advertised. And, the Sprinco kit was developed/tested with the help of a Team Walther, competitive shooter. Unlike the spring kit developed/tested by a couple of rednecks on this forum. We lead the way....Sprinco took it to the next level.
Again, this is a competition package. Not recommended for SD/HD, etc.
Not only does the package provide for a lighter trigger pull, but the lessened pull weights result in less friction, which results in a smoother pull. So, its kinda like the old breath mint commercial....its two, its two....two mints in one.
Combine the Sprinco TSK, light spring kit with an Apex trigger and you've got a trigger that's hard to beat.
I ask this from the perspective of someone who is somewhat interested but wanting to know what he's getting involved in.Any issues to be aware of with this spring kit? Lighter primer strikes? Slower reset? Still drop safe???
Good morning.Morning Jimmmo. I'm not aware of any issues with this spring kit, other than proper placement of the pad of your finger on the trigger.