Why is there so much creep in the P365 trigger? Striker fired rifles have fine, crisp trigger pulls. Why can't a striker fired pistol?. Yes, the rifle has a safety. The pistol has a passive striker block safety. I would think the first part of the take up could deactivate the striker block. The remainder of the pull could be light and crisp to release the striker. Why not?
Has anyone yet done a good trigger job on the P365?
I find the trigger to be crisp, though I'll define that a litter better. There are 3 aspects to the trigger (at least mine). The pre-travel that is basically just slack / the return spring. The lowering of the sear / pushing the striker safety. Then you hit a bit of extra resistance maybe at 80% or 90% of the needed pull straighten at the edge of the sear. The break on that wall is super crisp in my opinion.
IMO this makes precision / distance shots easier while still nice to pull though for more rapid shooting.
If you mean crisp like how a Glock pulls to a wall that you break through with nearly all of your pull at the wall and the trigger having with no movement at the wall. I don't think you will ever be happy, though the P365 is popular enough that there may be money to be had making it feel like a Glock.
i went from a kahr pm9 to the 365.
to me, it’s a pretty phenomenal trigger.
tony 226 / 220/ 245 / P6/ 239 / 228 / 238
Have you shot a Glock?
I guess it's relative. I think the trigger on the P365 is excellent.
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