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The stock trigger isn't too bad but if you want a more consistent pull then you can go with a 3.5# connector matched up with an NY1 Trigger Spring. I took a full coil off of the spring that's inside the NY1 Plastic part and the trigger feels great to me now. Slightly firm but not too firm with a very clean break and an awesome reset.
 

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A polished 3.5 connecter did wonders in my 17. I also polished the trigger bar at the point of contact to the connecter. I also replaced all my springs. It was 3.2 after I got it all done. There's a two pound connecter out there I think I might try if I don't stick to the Rocket connecter.

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The stock trigger isn't too bad but if you want a more consistent pull then you can go with a 3.5# connector matched up with an NY1 Trigger Spring. I took a full coil off of the spring that's inside the NY1 Plastic part and the trigger feels great to me now. Slightly firm but not too firm with a very clean break and an awesome reset.

+1 on the NY-1 and Minus or 3.5 connector.. feels very nice..
 
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