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OK I really like my PF9 but the trigger is kind of thin and pointy causing it to pinch and it's also set too far forward for a comfortable pull.

Here's how I did it.

Drill and tap the trigger in the area that is closest to the trigger/frame. I then adjusted the screw until it would reset after firing but also remove the most pretravel. Marked the screw with a file and removed it. I then put blue loctite and re-inserted the screw. I also removed a bit off the trigger and rounded the sharp edges.






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Yep it sure comes in handy. Thanks.
 

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nice, one more thing for my to do list!
 

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OK one more mod, I ordered some spare triggers and moded one. I straightened it out and did some smoothing out also did a pretravel stop. I'm also planning on doing a overtravel stop later.

 

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OK one more mod, I ordered some spare triggers and moded one. I straightened it out and did some smoothing out also did a pretravel stop. I'm also planning on doing a overtravel stop later.

Getting better......did you heat it & bend it?
 

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Yep
 

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No not yet, been working late this week.
 

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that looks like a world of improvement

did you cut the screw down? I cant see it any longer in the final pic.
more proof of you cant keep a good man down.
 

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Nope the screw is under the polymer frame and is against the aluminum block.
Next thing is a over travel stop.
I have a couple of ideas for that, still haven't decide which way to go.
 

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Have you seen the aluminum trigger that's being sold now?
 

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Have you seen the aluminum trigger that's being sold now?
I think they`re made by Northwood,about 50 bucks if I remember correctly, they look nice

I may put one on mine, havent decided yet
 

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OK I really like my PF9 but the trigger is kind of thin and pointy causing it to pinch and it's also set too far forward for a comfortable pull.

Here's how I did it.

Drill and tap the trigger in the area that is closest to the trigger/frame. I then adjusted the screw until it would reset after firing but also remove the most pretravel. Marked the screw with a file and removed it. I then put blue loctite and re-inserted the screw. I also removed a bit off the trigger and rounded the sharp edges.






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Hi I just saw this & join it. But I'm interested in you trigger improvement, but the photos are gone. Would love to see them, because I have to do something with my PF-9 trigger. Thanks Pault5
 
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