If you look on red-dirt’s website they tell you how to measure for your correct size. Seems to me that F3 may be kind of the standard seeing as that’s the size DSC went with exclusively. I have what I would say average sized hands. Where a size Large gloves.What size Red Dirt flat would be the same reach as the factory Staccato curved trigger in a P model?
My Erebus came with a curved trigger, hence the want to change. I had thought about just buying a new shoe through atlas but once I installed the Red Dirt on the STI I decided to go with that one for the Atlas. Stock trigger weight in the Atlas was already insane at sub 2lb, but did have quite a bit of pre-travelInteresting. All my atlas guns run amazing trigger setups, flat of course. I’ve seen a few red dirt in person, the shoe design doesn’t appeal to me, but their engineering is solid. Glad to hear their dial in and setup is that simple and precise.
Lately I’m testing out cheely triggers. This one about to go in a staccato.
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I would measure your finger and your gun. Staccato has different sized triggers also. They do have a standard size, but without seeing your gun, it's hard to say whether you have thier standard length or not.I've seen the measuring diagram on there web site and know what they suggest for me. I was just curious if anyone knew what matched up to the center of a factory curved trigger was all.
@Snatch13 posted the chart and how to measure/compare on the previous page 👍🏻 hopefully that helps. Honestly from the emails I swapped with Red-Dirt, they seemed to stand behind their measurement chart and it sounded like they’d accept in exchange if you weren’t satisfied. Don’t quote me, but just what I gathered. I’d call and chat with them, maybe they could give you assistanceI did do that as I stated above. According to there recommendation I should go with an F4 which I think would be longer than I would like. If I knew what size trigger of there's was equivalent to my factory trigger than I could decide. Thanks anyway