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Old 08-23-2012, 11:45 AM   #16
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As stated in the other thread, try the long trigger, also possibly in conjunction with the larger grip.
You are on to something here. I experimented with it last night and it's slightly better with the larger grip. I'm positive I have the short trigger as it does break ALL THE WAY back. If I move my finger more towards the tip things are improved.
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Old 08-24-2012, 05:42 PM   #17
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My bro has the 2022 in 9mm. After he shot my 228- he complains of his trigger.
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I dry fired a 2012 SP2022 at a dealer that had a long trigger pull all the way back to the rear trigger guard. I do not know if it had the short trigger or not. It was the first 2022 I was able to touch. The long DA pull was not pleasant, but I understand the reasoning for it in a duty type weapon. The owner said his came with the small grip and a laser for the rail. He said he put a large grip on it which was all black. Most of the large grips I looked at a few months ago online look grey so I am not sure about what he had on it. I am hopeful that perhaps he had a short trigger on it. I do not like the extreme rear travel which can cause the finger tip to hit the rear trigger guard before firing. Not everyone will pull perfectly every time especially during a stressful situation. I am hoping someone who has had the same issue will enlighten us. I really like the gun and had my mind set on ordering one, but I need more information about that trigger.
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Old 09-09-2012, 03:47 AM   #19
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You are on to something here. I experimented with it last night and it's slightly better with the larger grip. I'm positive I have the short trigger as it does break ALL THE WAY back. If I move my finger more towards the tip things are improved.
I'm typing this to remind myself to shoot some pix of both of mine, one with short, the other with long trigger.

Yes, it makes a difference.

For some I think it must feel dramatic. My son at first did not like the short trigger he has on his, but has now gotten used to it and likes it a lot. Having said that, he immediately loved the trigger pull on the one I have with the long trigger. Interesting. I like them both, but they are different!
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Make sure the gun is clean I bought one that had a horrable trigger after a good cleaning and lube it became real nice.
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BigStick, I had very simular problems with my SP 2022 in 9mm, at least 80% of the time
I could NOT complete the trigger pull in DA mode. As Waynes points out in his above post it WAS NOT a trigger problem but an grip ergonomic problem! Solution: I built up the backstrap 3-4mm with 2X expanding "Gorilla glue" sprinkling on course grit, (the stuff you can get at a hobby store to make model train railroad beds). DA pull is now "normal". As a side benifit it also covered those cursed slippery little worthless nobs on the backstrap. I know it sounds inelegant/Rube Goldburgish but if carefully done, not really. As soon as I figure out how, I'll post photos.
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The pull on my 2022 in 9mm is long but not sloppy. The break is pretty dang clean. JME/YMMV.
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I have done some excellent double taps @ 25ft
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