Apex Freedom Edition Triggers

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posted on June 28, 2016
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The stars and stripes can be right at your fingertip with the new Freedom Edition Triggers by Apex Tactical Solutions. Available now in limited numbers, these red anodized aluminum triggers are laser engraved with a U.S. flag motif, allow for a smooth uptake and reset and the center mounted pivoting safety maintains factory safety values. Two styles of the Freedom Edition Triggers are available—The Freedom Edition Smith & Wesson M&P Shield and the Freedom Edition Smith & Wesson M&P.

The Freedom Edition Trigger designed for the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield reduces trigger pull by approximately two pounds, lessens pre-travel and over-travel and has a minimized reset length. The trigger fits 9 mm and 40 S&W caliber models and has an MSRP of $174.95.

The Freedom Edition Trigger for the S&W M&P lowers trigger weight to between four and five pounds, has a total trigger travel similar to most factory 1911 types, and works with all Smith & Wesson M&P pistols in centerfire calibers (excluding the Shield). MSRP $184.95.

For more information or to place an order today (because these won’t last forever), visit ApexTactical.com.

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