I couldn't fathom why it costs so much for essentially a ball bearing and a replacement spring. It also comes with two new pins that I read are .002" thicker than the stock pins, but I don't have any play in mine so I wasn't too concerned. I've changed springs in the past on handguns so I realize the difference it could make, but what really caught my attention is the ball bearing. From what I can tell, by placing it under the sear spring it either creates less surface area for contact between the sear and trigger or it provides more snap for the break given the increased spring compression. In any case, I measured the spring hole in the sear and found that a piece of #3 steel shot fits perfectly. After installing my Federal ball bearing, I noticed that I now had even more room for adjustment on the stock trigger spring. I backed it out as far as it would go and the trigger is much better than before. It breaks like glass and is enough of an improvement I don't see myself buying the Apachee kit. If it's 2 lbs I'd be surprised, but I don't have a trigger pull gauge so I can't confirm that aspect. I thought I would share all this in case others are in the market. It may not be light enough for some but at the very least it is a cheap effort that may give you satisfactory results. It only cost me one 12 gauge shell and I am very pleased. Happy shooting.