It's probably the "light," as it feels like a two-stage trigger; there's a LOT of takeup, then it stacks, then squiiiiish, until it finally breaks. It's really easy to push the sights off-target while pressing, too, due to the variable and inconsistent weight on the trigger.rentz wrote:if its normal LEM that pulls going to be hard, if its "light" lem it's the SA trigger pull every time but more takeup.JSThane wrote:Beiruty wrote:Any HK is a lovely pistol.
My duty weapon is an HK, with the LEM trigger. I hate it. Gimme a Glock instead, but I don't have that option.
the heavy DA pull on HK is IMO terrible, not even close to the sig DA pull
I've compared it to co-workers' pistols, and I have a "good" trigger for this thing, too. Theirs are worse.
Stay away from the LEM trigger, unless you're intending to shoot that pistol exclusively from here on out, is my recommendation.
I also don't like the high bore axis (rules out Sigs for me as well), the ergonomics, the recoil impulse (we're issued .40s), or the magazine capacity (it's one less than a comparably-sized Glock). And then there's the price. Not to mention the trigger return springs, trigger transfer bars, and many other small-but-essential parts that have broken on co-workers' weapons. Mine... I got a "good" one. It's never jammed, never broken, the trigger is smoother and more consistent than most, and it's reliable no matter whether it's dry, oiled, clean, dirty, or any combination thereof. But I still hate it.