New Apex Red Flat-Faced Trigger For The M&P Shield

p_100020557_1LOS OSOS, Calif. – Apex Tactical Specialties, the industry leader in aftermarket drop-in performance parts for firearms, announces the release of the new red anodized Apex Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger for the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield pistol in 9mm and .40S&W calibers. The new trigger is available for order now exclusively from Brownells.

The new red anodized Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger replaces the factory hinged polymer trigger in the M&P Shield with an anodized aluminum trigger body featuring a flat-faced profile and a center mounted pivoting safety. The trigger reduces pre-travel and over-travel by approximately 20%.

Please note, this trigger and kit do not fit the new M&P Shield 45.

The Apex Red Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger for the Shield is available as a stand alone replacement trigger, part #100-142, for $79.95, or as part of the popular Action Enhancement Trigger & Duty/Carry Kit package for the M&P Shield, part #100-141, for $164.95.

The new Apex Red Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger for the Shield, as well as the Trigger & Duty/Carry Kit, can be ordered exclusively at

Features and Specifications:
– Red anodized aluminum trigger
– Direct drop-in replacement of factory hinged 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
– Not for use in the new M&P Shield 45
– Apex Part #: 100-141 (Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger and Duty/Carry Kit)
– Apex Part #: 100-142 (Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger)
– MSRP: $164.95 for the Red Flat-Faced Trigger with Duty/Carry Kit
– MSRP: $79.95 for the Red Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger

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paul / October 11, 2016 / Apex News
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  1. Jim - September 19, 2017 @ 5:29 pm

    What is the difference between this trigger: 100-141 and the other trigger: 100-056?

  2. paul - September 21, 2017 @ 11:23 am

    Nothing other than the curved versus flat-face of the trigger itself.

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