FNS trigger work - need gunsmith

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  1. fmiller

    fmiller
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    Recently picked up a 5" FNS, and while I like it a lot the trigger has a lot of room for improvement.

    There is a place in NV that offers reducing the travel and lightening the trigger itself to about 4lbs for $200.

    This seems a bit steep to me. Can any of you chime in?

    And does anyone know a good smith locally (I'm in Salem) who'd be interested?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Joe13

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  3. fmiller

    fmiller
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    Well... I'd love to... but Velzey's inbox is full. Is there a website I could go to?
     
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  5. nwslopoke

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    I have an FNS 40 and the triggers feels like my old S&W Sigma. Apex sells a big trigger kit for about $150 but it looks pretty involved. But you get a different style trigger. Since it's really just a range gun for me I'm just going to keep it stock. The difference in upgrade is the price of selling it and buying a HK VP9.
     

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