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I measure the trigger pull of my new P320 XFive at 5.5-6 lbs. Seeing as the GrayGuns trigger and spring is designed to reduce the regular P320's trigger pull to about the same, will it have any noticeable reduction in pull weight on the P320 XFive?
 

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I just bought a gauge, so I'm going to test all the triggers over the next few days. Will report back.
 

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Of course, I should mention that I have PELTs in three of my 320s
 

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Your 320 x5 was as high as 6 lbs?

Maybe I over looked the specs a little but I figured this would be like the "target" model they never released that was supposed to come with a 3lb trigger.

My excitement level dipped a little. Not a lot, but a little for sure.
 

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After the PELT install my 320 x5 is at 3lbs 12 oz. I'm having a little problem with the PELT spring, so I am going back to the stock spring. Also ordered the APEX, and want to try it out.
 

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I put the pelt on my x5 and it made a difference but there's something about this guns trigger I'm not loving. Even the factory trigger isn't a great trigger to me hence the reason I changed it. I thought I loved it at 1st but I'm beginning to think it was just gun excitement I gotta say it was easy as can be and dropped right in.

I put the apex on my 320rx and it's hands down my favorite trigger I've ever felt on a striker gun and it's pretty darn close 2nd to the Legion SAO.

As for the the x5 not hating on it. It's a fine gun. It's just the more I shoot it and compare to my other guns the less I love the trigger.


"God created men and Sam Colt made them equal"
 

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Here are my somewhat confusing results:

Here is what the Lyman reads for two five pull averages from each of my P320s.

  • P320 Full - .45ACP – 3 lbs 12.6 oz | 3 lbs 11.7 oz
  • P320 Carry TacOps – GGI Straight Faced PELT – 3 lbs, 10.6 oz | 3 lbs 12.1 oz
  • P320 Full RX – GGI Curved Faced PELT – 3 lbs 15.2 oz | 4 lbs 2.7 oz
  • P320 Full X-Five – 4 lbs 5.7 oz | 4 lbs 10.3 oz
  • P320 Compact – GGI Straight Faced PELT – 3 lbs 12.5 oz | 3 lbs 8.2 oz

All the PELTS were installed with the trigger, the spring and the bar.
 
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Here are my somewhat confusing results:

Here is what the Lyman reads for two five pull averages from each of my P320s.

  • P320 Full - .45ACP — 3 lbs 12.6 oz | 3 lbs 11.7 oz
  • P320 Carry TacOps — GGI Straight Faced PELT — 3 lbs, 10.6 oz | 3 lbs 12.1 oz
  • P320 Full RX — GGI Curved Faced PELT — 3 lbs 15.2 oz | 4 lbs 2.7 oz
  • P320 Full X-Five — 4 lbs 5.7 oz | 4 lbs 10.3 oz
  • P320 Compact — GGI Straight Faced PELT — 3 lbs 12.5 oz | 3 lbs 8.2 oz

All the PELTS were installed with the trigger, the spring and the bar.
Interesting. Seeing as the FCU of all these guns is identical, and you're using the same trigger, bar, and spring... why is the X5 a full pound heavier than the others?
 
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