I feel as if many want to transform the LC9 into a range gun which really defeats the purpose of the gun IMO. It's a CCW.
I'm still a relatively new shooter (~5500 rounds total since I got back into shooting about this time last year) with experience shooting only 5 different handguns. I have about 375 rounds through the LC9 since I purchased it in late February and find the trigger to be pretty good against an admittedly small experience base. I bought the LC9 for CC and part of the decision was based on the DAO trigger (and yes, the manual safety - call me old-fashioned). I don't want to turn it into a "hair trigger" or target trigger, although I do enjoy shooting the LC9. The discussion about the Galloway trigger has me interested but not convinced that it is a good idea for a CCW.
Question 1 - How much does it reduce the trigger travel? Has anyone actually measured it? Am I correct in assuming that the reduction comes from reducing the length of pull?
Question 2 - What is the factory trigger pull weight and what is the Galoway pull weight?
Question 3 - Is it still a good DAO CCW or are you approaching a "cocked and locked" type of pistol.
I appreciate the knowledge everyone on this forum is willing to share with newbies like me.