By Tyler Kee
Apex Tactical is perhaps best known for their trigger kits that clean up the Smith & Wesson M&P’s bangswitch, though their original success came from their renowned work on Smith revolvers. As the company has grown, they’ve slowly added additional trigger shoe types and they’ve recently branched out to other striker-fired platforms. Recently, though, they’ve taken on the biggest platform out there, GLOCK brand GLOCKs…
I’ve managed to put an Apex Trigger in every Smith & Wesson striker-fired gun that’s come into my hands, including Shields, Sigmas, and M&Ps. Every single kit has done wonders for those guns, especially the older M&Ps which came with one of the worst factory triggers imaginable. The road to GLOCK perfection, however, is a bit different.
First, the market is heavily saturated with companies making triggers for Gaston’s wundergun. Second, the GLOCK trigger, in my opinion, has never been nearly as needful of a cleanup as the M&Ps. Sure, you can make them better, but they already start life crisp and clean enough with one of the best tactile and audible resets out there. In fact, when Apex sent me a trigger to test out, I was a little sad about it, because …Read the Rest
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