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 SAO trigger for the Taurus PT111/140 G2/G2C/G2S/G3/G3C series of guns. It removes the failure prone stock trigger safety and reduces trigger travel distance by about 45%. 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 my original model 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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