I emailed Midwest Gun Works today and they replied saying they don't do anything to the fns trigger as it isn't very workable.I took a look at the site, and he does to mention being able to perform a trigger job on a FNS. Have not seen the outcome of one done by Midwest Gun Works, but they list the FNS as one they work on, and they are an authorized FNH repair center. I have not done it yet, but I plan on sending my FNS-9L there.
As far as I know, the LS uses the exact same FCG as the 4-inch. There was no re-engineering done to the trigger or the fire control...only the barrel and the slide.Just curious. I noticed at the FN site that they give a pull weight rating of 5.5 - 7.7# for the FNS, which is exactly the same for XD/XDm pistols. They do not give a pull weight rating for the 9L. Is there any difference? :wink:
I know quite a few guys who've use Bill on their H & K's and have nothing but good things to say. I haven't heard anything negative about him but all the work I've heard are on hammer fired pistols, nothing on strikers.
Can you be more specific as to where to polish? Appreciated!!!I sanded (1500grt) and polished (Mother's Mag) the striker block to help take the grit out. I plan on polishing the trigger bar where it touches the slide stop as well. Mine breaks right at 5lbs and is very smooth.
What did you search for to get trigger polishing on the FNS-9 on this site?My new FNS 9L had a trigger pull of right at #7. It was awful! After doing some of the work described in this forum, I was able to get the pull down to #5. More polishing and coil or two more off the striker spring and it should get down closer to #4. These triggers are really bad from the factory. For a carry gun they would be fine, but for a competition gun like the 9L they really should slick it up a bit.
Not sure exactly what he did but check this thread out: http://fnforum.net/forums/fn-fns/31827-how-smoothing-out-fns-trigger-when-new.htmlWhat did you search for to get trigger polishing on the FNS-9 on this site?