The small indexing hook ensures consistent trigger finger placement, and the broad, flat face of the trigger allows a uniquely self-correcting, straight rearward press. The flat face reduces trigger reach by 0.24", making this an ideal option for smaller statured shooters. Pre-travel has been reduced as much as possible without compromising firearm safety features, resulting in a clean, crisp break, and reduced overtravel. Robar's NP3 plating provides virtually impermeable corrosion resistance and smooth, grit-free operation. Note that trigger pull weight does not change from factory weight with the use of this trigger alone.
End Result: This trigger is a tank. A sexy tank. Just in case you were wondering, the only difference between the Tac trigger and the DAT trigger is the small lip on the bottom of the Tac. Otherwise they are identical both form and function wise.
In case you were wondering, Gen 3 trigger bars are completely functional and safe in Gen 4 weapons.
Also, Our lawyer says that this should be installed by a qualified gunsmith.
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