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got to say...

this trigger should improve right?

right now, its pretty long, fairly heavy...and a little gritty.

of course, i guess im biased towards single action pistols. compared to a double action, the trigger is short (and i like that)

ive shot about 200 rounds so far, and practiced (dry fired) at least that many more.

should i expect improvement in the trigger? i would at least like it to smooth out some...

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Yes, it should and will improve over time.

Mine has exceeded 8K+ according to the log, no defects of the trigger nor malfunction. The only minor thing I noticed was the rolling pin on it shifted a little bit, happened after reaching the 7K mark, from the right to left hand side, just a little tap took care of it.
 

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Same observation as SkaerE. Pumped 400 rds through my QA and the trigger still seems to be a bit heavy and gritty. Anything we can do to lower the 6.5# trigger?
Other than that, it's an excellent handgun - specially the ergo!
 

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My QA's trigger really came into its own after 500 rounds. (I also dry-fired the #### out of it with snap caps.) The grittiness is gone and I'm happy. As far lightening the trigger pull, I think someone is going to have to make a lighter trigger group kit like the 3.5 lbs one that is available for the Glocks.

 
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