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Length of the trigger pull on an XD40

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  1. May 15, 2020 #1
    Bagpiper3

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    Glock posts that their model 23 has a trigger pull length of 12.5 mm. Could someone tell me what the trigger pull length for an xd40 is, it's not on their website.
     
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    Call SA customer Service, they should be able to answer any questions you have.
     
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    I did and the lady that answered said she didn't know.
     
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    I stand corrected, sorry about that.
     
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    No biggie. I spoke to another CS person today and he said the trigger pull length is proprietary and so, would not release the info. What garbage:-(
     
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    The problem is this: Where is the trigger pull being measured from, and to what point? From full extension to break or full overtravel, etc?

    If you know the start and stop, measuring is easy using photos
     
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    Full extension to break. I don't have an XD to measure.
     
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    I will get some pictures tonight. (I don't expect it to be any different than my XD40 Tactical.)
     
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    Thank you so much!!!
     
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    Looks like 11-12mm
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