This auction is only for the trigger and trigger spring; the pictures of the gun are only included to see what the trigger looks like, installed.
This is a short stroke SA/DA trigger for the Taurus PT111/140 G2/G2C/G2S/G3 series of guns. It removes the failure prone stock trigger safety and reduces trigger travel distance by about 30%. The manual thumb safety function is retained, and the gun remains drop safe with otherwise stock trigger action internals.
The trigger material is a nylon polymer, similar to the original trigger/frame material, which is comparable to aluminum in strength and far more resilient.
These triggers are semi-custom, which means they are a perfect drop-in fit for 95%+ of the listed guns, but because they are designed to remove the maximum amount of trigger pre-travel and over-travel, the tolerances are much tighter than the stock trigger. Due to Taurus manufacturing tolerances, about 5% of the triggers will need to have a small amount of material removed to function correctly in a specific gun, so if you do have any fitment or function issues, please let me know, and I will be happy to assist with getting everything working exactly as it should.
This model is the skelletonized version of my original Slight Curve design that is flat going left to right and has a slight curve going top to bottom.
Here is a video on these SA/DA triggers
Here is a video on the difference in trigger face to backstrap distance between my trigger styles
Here is a video on how to replace the trigger in a PT111/140 G2/G2C, please contact me if you need any further assistance
Here is a video on tips and tricks to improve the trigger action on a PT111/140 G2/G2C
I am a U.S.A. based seller, and this is my original design.
Disclaimer: Any modifications you make can void the original manufacturer’s warranty, and I am not accountable for any damages that may result from using this. I am making my designs available for use by responsible adults; if you do not want to take responsibility for yourself, do not order this.
I recommend that you keep your original trigger in case you need service from the manufacturer. As always, gun safety is paramount, and I recommend all guns be carried in a proper fitting hard holster with good trigger protection, preferably kydex or similar.
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