Trigger job for new XDm 9
Just picked up a new XDm compact. I found the trigger to have considerable pre-travel, a mushy break, and too much after-travel. (as compared to my Gen Glock 19)
I know there's a lot of drop-in kits and gunsmiths who work on XDm triggers. I'm looking for professional gunsmith who can give my trigger a crisp break and minimal over-travel without compromising reliability. Would any of you have personal experience and a recommendation for a trigger job?
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