Apex Tactical’s Action Enhancement Trigger lightens the pull weight on Springfield Armory’s XDs Mod.2 to between 5 lbs. and 5 lbs, 8 ozs. while delivering an improved action with a smooth takeup, better reset and crisp sear break. The drop-in kit supplies an aluminum trigger shoe available in Black, FDE, Red, Thin Blue Line, Freedom Editions and Battleworn finishes. The aftermarket assembly includes a center-mounted trigger safety, and a new grip-safety spring is supplied, too. Price: $80 (base). For more information, visit apextactical.com.
Preview: Apex Tactical XDs Mod.2 Action Enhancement Trigger
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