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I just completed doing a trigger job on my new XD(M)-45 and XD(M)-40. I used a Springer kit in my other two XD(M)'s and found it to be only 1/2 of a trigger job. The sear mates with the striker and BOTH have to be polished finely. The Springer kit does not address the striker at all and one is not included in their kit. Also, I had to repolish both of the Springer sears to remove the "creep" that was still there. For my two new XD(M)'s, I did the polish work myself and got a lot better trigger break than I did with the Springer kit in my other two pistols. I am not really concerned at this time about the weight of the trigger pull as both pistols seem to have a pull in the 5 pound range and I will address the pull weight later after the pistols are broken in. Next, go to the range and try these babies out.
 

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I really really like the Springer kit I had put in my XD 9mm...

It was a total POS before I had it done...

Congrats on being patient enough to do it all yourself...I was not so brave
 
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There's nothing with the Springer kits. They just don't give you a complete competetion trigger job. I really liked what the kits did for my other two XD(M)'s but I knew that they could be better and so I made them better.
 
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jbp, maybe we need to work on your 45 trigger. It breaks clean but maybe needs a lighter pull.
 
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I wouldn't make any changes to the pistol except maybe lightening the pull. You shoot it too well to make any other changes.
 

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I definitely want to upgrade the sights, but that will be a while. Sights can be fairly expensive, then the machine work if you can't find some to work with what you have.
 
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