Sig P365 Series Flat Trigger. $30 I removed this from my brand new P365XL because I prefer the feel of the curved trigger.
The flat and curved triggers have the same length lever arm connected to the trigger bar and the triggers are the same length. It will not affect the trigger take up or the trigger break. The only thing the trigger changes is the way it feels on your finger.
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FYI, I took some measurements and pulling from the tip of the trigger it requires the same force to release the sear with either the flat or the curved trigger. The required trigger pull force can vary from about 3.5 lbs to about 4 lbs, depending on the tolerances of the trigger return spring, the sear spring, and the striker safety spring.
Pulling in the middle of the trigger requires about 7 to 8 lbs of force with either trigger. If you have really big fingers, your finger will contact the trigger at nearly the same point on either the flat or the curved trigger. If you have small diameter fingers you can pull the trigger closer to the tip of the trigger which gives you more leverage and reduces the required pull force.
With the curved trigger, the pressure on your finger is more spread out so there is less pressure per square inch on your finger. With the flat trigger, the pressure is more concentrated on your finger tip causing more pressure per square inch on your finger creating a larger variation of pressure on your finger as you squeeze the trigger. Some people perceive this as better control and prefer the flat trigger for this reason.
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