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What is your preference?

do you find a functionality difference between them or just aesthetics?
 

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But will add it has to have a rounded face of the trigger the ones that are cut square I do not like.. I think the Wilson flat trigger feels the best.
 

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I like flat on modern pistols, moreso on guns with rails or edged aesthetics. Basically, most of the pistols I like to buy. I prefer the feel also.

But curved just looks better on classic designs.

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I've installed them on both my CQBE's, they fit me better than the standard curved Trigger. I just finished putting one in my Staccato P yesterday, I posted the installation in the STI thread.
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I'm interested in testing the difference in feel. Once I return to the States I'll definitely be trying one.
 

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If I was to buy a trigger it would be Harrison Med curved trigger
 

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I have the 10-8 Performance flat triggers on both of my SAs and I like them better than the curved ones.
 

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Flat trigger for me, given a choice. I don’t notice a big difference shooting but like the look and feel.
 

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I’m a fan of flat triggers. I generally like the look and feel better. But, to be honest, only 2 of my 1911s are wearing flat triggers at the moment. I have 3 flat triggers on hand that I plan to install, I just have to decide who’s getting upgraded and get off my rear end and do it.
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I shoot flat trigger better at speed. Doing drills and competition on the clock etc.
If I'm doing slow fire at the range it doesn't matter
Plus I enjoy the look of a flat trigger.
 
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