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  1. Any suggestions for Ruger sr9c trigger

    Does anybody have a suggestion for trigger upgrade on a Ruger sr9c. Not that it's a problem but was wondering if there is an improvement. Some times the first shot is not quite when you intend to pull the trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrown View Post
    Does anybody have a suggestion for trigger upgrade on a Ruger sr9c. Not that it's a problem but was wondering if there is an improvement. Some times the first shot is not quite when you intend to pull the trigger.
    The last sentence suggests that you need training and not a trigger upgrade.

  4. Yea I figured somebody would suggest that. I understand why you would say that but other guys who have used the gun have had the same situation. I'm not saying this happens every time or very often. Only maybe twice but just thought some one might have found a better feel like my Glock is a better trigger in some ways. It has only happened on the first shot each time and not after that. So I'll let it go since I guess I'm not understood, but thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrown View Post
    Yea I figured somebody would suggest that. I understand why you would say that but other guys who have used the gun have had the same situation. I'm not saying this happens every time or very often. Only maybe twice but just thought some one might have found a better feel like my Glock is a better trigger in some ways. It has only happened on the first shot each time and not after that. So I'll let it go since I guess I'm not understood, but thanks.
    I guess I don't understand what your problem is. The last sentence of your first post describes the problem in such a way that it shows that you may have either zero training or a completely malfunctioning gun.

    So, what exactly is your problem? Is the trigger pull weight different between shots? Is the timing or the reset different? Is the gun firing on its own (as the last sentence in your first post could be interpreted)?

  6. None of the suggested problems, just a little light that's all.Been shooting guns for 60 yrs. I got the hang of it by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrown View Post
    None of the suggested problems, just a little light that's all.Been shooting guns for 60 yrs. I got the hang of it by now.
    So, the factory 5.2 pound trigger pull is too light and you want to make it heavier?

    Are you by any chance pre-staging the trigger (pulling it slightly) before you intend to actually pull it?

  8. could be,will be looking at it real soon.Not a big problem, and no I don't want to make it heavier. had one of those back aways,KelTec. Junk. Probably making mountain out of a mole hill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrown View Post
    Does anybody have a suggestion for trigger upgrade on a Ruger sr9c.
    Yes. Bring it to your local gun shop and trade it for a Glock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGJOHN621 View Post
    Yes. Bring it to your local gun shop and trade it for a Glock.
    +1. Good one. I still have no clue what the OP's problem is, other than having a problem with communicating.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by BIGJOHN621 View Post
    Yes. Bring it to your local gun shop and trade it for a Glock.
    Already have one. Glock 19 F.O.P. Inaugural Edition. Got the other "problem" figured out. But thanks.

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