I just saw this announcement yesterday:
Wonder if they copied the GRAYGUNS design?
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Too much professional respect for this to happen. I actually saw Randy Lee and Bruce Gray having a conversation at Shot I smiled to myself knowing that they were talking shop. They have worked together in the past and are most likely friends so there's not going to be any design infringements.
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I saw that new trigger video too. I'm curious if the trigger makes for a longer pull and if the reset is the same. Since I have small hands, I was also concerned on whether the trigger will sit further forward or not.
Does anyone think that the flat trigger sits further forward than the curved one as far as how you grip the gun and hold the trigger?
I have the same concerns with GRAYGUNS upgrade. I will be buying one or the other.
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I have both the original apex and the gg pelt trigger. The one thing that I don't particularly like about the gg trigger is that it pretty much removes the audible click at reset. While minor, I like the audible reset. I also prefer the apex actual trigger face and feel vs the gg trigger. Again minor and subjective. I'll probably get the apex and give it a try. Price seems decent.
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Looks like these Apex triggers have the "adverse trigger" protrusion above the trigger face too.
The Gray Guns triggers don't, and neither do the earlier Apex P320 triggers.
I have gray guns it's great .
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