Red-Shield-1 LOS OSOS, Calif. – In response to strong customer feedback, Apex Tactical Specialties announces the release of a red anodized version of the popular Apex Action Enhancement Trigger for the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield pistol. Leading up to and during this year’s NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville, Apex showcased samples of the new Red M&P Shield Action Enhancement Trigger, featuring a black contrasting center mounted pivoting safety, asking customer for their input. Based on the positive feedback Apex has added the trigger to its growing catalog of aftermarket performance upgrade parts. “The response to the new red M&P Shield trigger from customers was just great. The Shield is a very popular pistol and during the NRA Show we sold out of all our Shield trigger kits midway through the second day, with many visiting our booth specifically requesting the red version we had on display,” explained Scott Folk, vice president at Apex Tactical Specialties. “Thanks to the great feedback from our customers and those visiting our booth during the NRA Show, Apex is pleased to add the new Red M&P Shield Action Enhancement Trigger to our product line.” The new Red M&P Shield Action Enhancement Trigger is available as a stand alone replacement trigger, part #100-057, for $79.95, or as part of the popular M&P Shield Action Enhancement Trigger & Duty/Carry Kit package, part #100-056, for $164.95. Both are available now at and Features and Specifications: – Red anodized aluminum trigger – Full kit reduces trigger pull by approximately 2 lbs. – Smooth uptake and reset – Reduces pre-travel and over-travel – Reduced reset length – Center mounted pivoting safety maintains factory safety values – Apex Part #: 100-056 (Action Enhancement Trigger and Duty/Carry Kit) – Apex Part #: 100-057 (Action Enhancement Trigger) – MSRP: $164.95 for the Trigger and Duty/Carry Kit – MSRP: $79.95 for the Action Enhancement Trigger For more information on parts and services from Apex Tactical Specialties, visit, like Apex Tactical on Facebook or follow @ApexTactical on Twitter and Instagram. Instructional videos on the installation of Apex parts are available on Apex's YouTube channel.