there are different approaches to changing the reset, pre and overtravels. Power River replaced the safety lever to fix the reset and has this plastic piece (overtravel stop) that restricts movement of the trigger bar to fix pre/overtravel. Springer Precision replaces the sear and trigger bar instead. Both to accomplish the same thing just in a different way.Okay, so not to hijack this thread, but what part is needed to reduce the reset and overtravel? Is that strictly the seer? I don't mind the weight of the pull, but definitely want a shorter reset on my XD9 service. Reducing the overtravel would be a nice side effect of a shorter reset if they are, in fact related.
I don't think so, there are hundreds of opinions an many prior posts on xdtalk. Many guys swear my Springer's work and products. I had luck with the PRP kit, and it was less cost, but I've called and spoken with Scott Springer and he's forgotten more about 45s than I'll probably ever know . There's a thread on installing the PRP kit here.Q: Is one way better than another as described above?
Q: Is the factory components that bad to be replaced with aftermarket sear and trigger bar?
You decide. Two of these came from places that modify the trigger bars and the other ones were stock. With heavy use, the trigger pins can work loose also.Q: Is the factory components that bad to be replaced with aftermarket sear and trigger bar?
Indeed. Don't forget that Springfield Armory will also do the work.All three have good reputations. I'd say go with the one that is closest because the shipping will be less. I've had Canyon Creek work on all three of the three XDs I currently have but that is because Rich is just a couple hundred miles away.
Btw, don't forget Springfield because they also do excellent work.