Apex Reduces Trigger Pull Weight With Two New Triggers for Sig P320

PEORIA, Ariz. – Apex Tactical Specialties, the leading manufacturer of aftermarket drop-in firearms parts, announced the upcoming release of two new triggers for the Sig Sauer P320 series of pistols. Apex’s new Flat Advanced Trigger and Curved Advanced Trigger reduce trigger pull weight by 2 lbs. and will have a suggested retail price of $49.95 when released later this month.

Both the new Flat Advanced Trigger and Curved Advanced Trigger are direct replacements for the factory trigger and are easily installed without the need for tools or fixtures. Similar in design to Apex’s original Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger, the new flat design sits slightly back compared to its predecessor. The flat profile puts the shooter’s finger at a natural resting position and allows the shooter to take advantage of the increased leverage. The curved design mimics the factory contour for those that prefer a curved profile but want an improved trigger pull.

The triggers function in the 9mm, .357SIG, .40S&W and .45ACP caliber versions of the new Sig Sauer P320.

The new Apex Flat Advanced Trigger will begin shipping on Tuesday, March 28. The Curved Advanced Trigger will begin shipping later in April. The MSRP for each is $49.95. Dealers and distributors can pre-order the new triggers by contacting Apex at dealer@apextactical.com or calling (623) 322-0200.

Features and Specifications:
– Reduces trigger pull weight by approximately 2 lbs.
– Direct drop-in replacement of factory trigger
– Maintains factory drop safety values
– Works with Sig Sauer P320 model pistols in 9mm, .357SIG, .40S&W and .45ACP
– Flat or Curved option
– Easy, no tool installation
– Apex Part #: 112-021 (Flat), 112-022 (Curved)
– MSRP: $49.95

For more information on Apex Tactical Specialties, visit www.ApexTactical.com, like Apex Tactical on Facebook or follow @ApexTactical on Instagram and Twitter. Instructional videos on the installation of Apex parts are available on Apex’s YouTube channel.

 

paul / March 14, 2017 / Apex News

Comments

  1. John - March 18, 2017 @ 5:57 am

    Would either curved or flat trigger make for a longer trigger grip when gripping the gun? I have smaller hands and find the factory trigger length just about right.

    Also, does the new trigger make for a longer trigger pull?

  2. paul - March 23, 2017 @ 1:37 pm

    The trigger reach with this Flatty is reduced by 1/8″ compared to our current AE Flatty for the P320.

  3. Lamar Kendrick - March 26, 2017 @ 7:39 pm

    Where is the new Apex trigger system for the Walther PPS M2 that was previewed during last year’s NRA show??? Now almost a year later and still not a peep out of Apex. Good grief.

    – K.Dot

  4. paul - March 29, 2017 @ 6:58 pm

    The trigger displayed at the NRA Show was ONLY a prototype. The complexity of the system is such that installation of the trigger would have to be done at the factory level. It is too difficult a process for the end user to execute. At this time Walther is not prepared to adopt the Apex trigger for the PPS M2 (which is totally understandable). Unfortunately it is a project that will remain on the back burner for the foreseeable future.

  5. Frank Kubik - May 15, 2017 @ 10:51 am

    any other Sig models that can utilize this trigger?

  6. Riley Kester - June 5, 2017 @ 11:26 am

    The gen 2 trigger provided a natural reach with the filling of a slightly shorter pull with a smooth break over and a nice reset.
    The gen 2 improved trigger position helps with a quicker draw to fire time on a target, and a comfort when carrying for personal protection.

  7. paul - June 8, 2017 @ 10:38 am

    Thanks. It isn’t a “Gen 2” trigger, though. One Flatty – the Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger – is available that does NOT reduce trigger pull weight. The new Flatty – the Flat Advanced Trigger – does reduce trigger pull weight. It also offers a slightly shorter trigger reach length. But it is not considered a “second generation” version of the Action Enhancement Trigger.

  8. paul - June 8, 2017 @ 10:53 am

    No, just the P320.

  9. Darryl Hadfield - August 7, 2017 @ 7:14 am

    What’s the weight comparison of this vs. the stock trigger? I’m hearing now that there *IS* a drop safety issue that Omaha Outdoors has verified – due to the weight of the trigger itself.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch7si_VQsGA

  10. Shutterlyexposed - August 9, 2017 @ 6:25 pm

    Will this trigger pass the drop test at the angle the was found to cause the firearm to miss fire

  11. paul - August 11, 2017 @ 10:12 am

    Please see this post for information regarding the Apex P320 triggers: http://www.apextactical.com/blog/index.php/gun-maintainence-tips/apex-customer-advisory-regarding-sig-sauer-p320-trigger-products/

  12. paul - August 11, 2017 @ 10:13 am

    Please see this post for information regarding the Apex P320 triggers: http://www.apextactical.com/blog/index.php/gun-maintainence-tips/apex-customer-advisory-regarding-sig-sauer-p320-trigger-products/

  13. Jay - November 20, 2017 @ 8:35 pm

    How soon will the flat advance trigger go back into production?

  14. paul - November 29, 2017 @ 2:03 pm

    Check our Instagram and Facebook posts…

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