If you’re looking to adjust your Trigger Tech trigger, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to make the adjustment quickly and easily.
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Trigger Tech triggers are usually set at the factory to have a light pull weight. If you find that your trigger is too light for your liking, you can adjust it yourself with a few simple tools.
What is a trigger tech trigger?
A trigger tech trigger is a device that is used to release the trigger on a gun. It is typically used by law enforcement and military personnel. The trigger tech trigger allows the user to fire the gun without pulling the trigger, which can be advantageous in certain situations.
How to adjust your trigger tech trigger
There are three set screws on the Trigger Tech trigger. The set screws are located in the front of the trigger at the 12 o’clock, 9 o’clock, and 3 o’clock positions. The set screws control the pre-travel, sear engagement, and over-travel. The pre-travel set screw is located at the 12 o’clock position and is used to adjust the pre-travel. The sear engagement set screw is located at the 9 o’clock position and is used to adjust the sear engagement. The over-travel set screw is located at the 3 o’clock position and is used to adjust the over-travel.
For a 1911
If you have a 1911, there are a few things you need to do in order to properly adjust your trigger. First, you need to take off the grips and remove the mainspring housing. Next, you need to take out the sear spring and disconnector. Finally, you need to remove the trigger itself.
Now that you have access to the trigger, you need to decide how much pre-travel you want. Pre-travel is the amount of movement that happens before the trigger breaks. You can adjust this by turning the set screw clockwise or counterclockwise. Once you have the pre-travel set where you want it, replace all of the parts in reverse order and test it out.
For a revolver
There are many types of revolver triggers, but most of them operate in a similar fashion. The main difference is in the amount of travel required to fire the gun. The following instructions are for a common type of revolver trigger, but they can be adapted to other types as well.
1. Start by unscrewing the screws that hold the trigger in place.
2.Remove the trigger from the gun.
3. Take a look at the springs inside the trigger assembly. There are usually two or three springs, and they determine how much pressure is required to fire the gun.
4. Use a small screwdriver or other tool to adjust the tension on these springs. If you want to make the trigger lighter, you will need to increase the tension on the springs. If you want to make it heavier, you will need to decrease the tension on the springs.
5 .reassemble the trigger and screw it back into place
There are three main ways to adjust your Trigger Tech trigger. The first is to adjust the pre-travel screw, the second is to adjust the over-travel screw, and the third is to adjust the trigger return spring.
The pre-travel screw adjusts how far the trigger has to move before it will release the sear. To adjust the pre-travel screw, first make sure that the gun is unloaded and there is no magazine inserted. Then, remove the grips from the gun so that you have access to the trigger assembly. Once you have access to the trigger assembly, locate the pre-travel set screw (it will be located behind the trigger).
Using an allen wrench, turn the pre-travel set screw clockwise to increase pre-travel, or counterclockwise to decrease pre-travel. It is important to note that you should only make small adjustments at a time so that you don’t unintentionally change other settings on yourTrigger Tech trigger.
The over-travel screw adjusts how far back the trigger can move after it has been pulled. To adjustthe over-travel set screw, first make sure that the gun is unloaded and there is no magazine inserted. Then, removethe grips fromthe gun sothatyou have access tothe trigger assembly. Onceyou have accessto thetrigger assembly, locate theover-traveltravel setscrew(itwillbelocated in frontof thetrigger).
using an allen wrenchturn theover travellervel setscrew clockwiseto increasethe amount ofover travelordecreaseitby turningcounter clockwiseincreaseor decreasea desired amountcheckyour workto makethe changesare whatyou want BEFOREputtingeverythingback together againand loadingthe firearm