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USP Tactical length-of-trigger-pull adjustment?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Lucky, Mar 10, 2009.

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  1. Lucky

    Lucky Member

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    The trigger is perfect when the hammer is already cocked, but the league I'm in requires guns that can decock must. When I get my grip on the pistol and thumb knocks safety off, my trigger finger is just not comfortably close to the trigger and must extend.

    I understand the trigger is adjustable, can I adjust the DA length of pull?
     
  2. PPGMD

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    Step One: Put you USP Tactical back in it's box.
    Step Two: Drive to gun shop
    Step Three: Tell the person behind the counter that you want to trade your USP Tactical in for a gun with a descent trigger.

    All kidding aside the only adjustment on the Hk tactical grip is the over travel, that is what the screw in the trigger is for.

    Gray Guns can do a trigger reset reduction, but they recommend it only for range guns, not for any guns to be used defensively.
     
  3. The Wiry Irishman

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    A lot of people on the board have good things to say about Bill Springfield's HK trigger jobs. I don't know if he can change length of pull or not, but it might be worth a look:

    http://www.triggerwork.net/usp.html
     
  4. Lucky

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    You are supposed to hold the pistol like a 1911 though? Ride the safety with your thumb?
     
  5. GTSteve03

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    Convert the USP to safety only, with no decock function. It's easy to do, you just need to call HK and ask for the correct detent plate. Costs a couple of dollars, total.
     
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