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a stock M&P vs. a stock glock?
how about a stock M&P vs. a glock with 3.5 connector?
Depends on what you define as "better" and better for what?
in terms of smoothness, pull weight and reset.
While I don't know about better I do prefer the trigger on the M&P over the Glock
I like the stock MP over the Glock.
I had Dan Burwell do a trigger job on my MP 40 and it is smoother and better reset. Best 50 bucks spent.
I'm the opposite of these guys. I prefer the stock trigger of the Glock over the M&P.
The problem(s) I have with the stock M&P trigger is the very light reset and the "double reset" feeling. I could probably live with the light reset if it wasn't for the "double reset" I feel when the trigger bar rolls off the firing pin plunger.
However, the M&P is more tunable in the hands of someone like Bowie or Burwell. After I get another 1K through mine I'm sending mine off to have the reset cleaned up. I'm sure that when I get it back it will be better than a stock Glock trigger.
Another vote for the Glock trigger, and the distinct and positive reset with the NY1 trigger spring.
The 3.5#/NY1 combination, polished through thousands of rounds of use, is a very nice setup.
Unmodified/stock trigger pull?
My M&P9 that I use in competition now has a 3lb very crisp trigger pull with a very short reset which is right at the same length as my STI 2011.
Finally took the plunge and ordered a M&P9, it will replace my G19. Though I have not seen or held one in person as the store I got it from doesn't have a display unit, I was sold by the good reviews on it and the people here who are happy with them :D It will then get a Bowie triggerjob :) Can't wait!
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