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Apex Tactical Specialties has released four Forward Set Trigger Bar Kits for the Sig Sauer P320. Note that these kits are built to work with factory-upgraded Sig P320 pistols.

In a press release, Apex says its Forward Set Trigger Bar will significantly improve the trigger pull of Sig P320 pistol models by reducing overall trigger travel, trigger reset and trigger pull weight. Four options will be available to P320 owners, including the standard Forward Set Trigger Bar which pairs with the Sig Sauer factory curved trigger. The other three options feature updated replacement triggers for the P320, including the Forward Set Trigger Bar with Advanced Trigger; Forward Set Trigger Bar with Curved Advanced Trigger and Forward Set Trigger Bar with Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger.

Apex says its new Forward Set Trigger Bar Kits have undergone “extensive testing” and maintain “critical factory drop safety values.” The trigger bar hasn’t been evaluated with aftermarket parts from other companies, and thus isn’t recommended to be used with those parts.

See the breakdown on each Forward Set Trigger Bar Kit below. For more, visit apextactical.com.

Apex Forward Set Trigger Bar for Sig P320 (part# 112-041):

  • Reduce trigger travel approx. 20%
  • Reduce reset
  • Reduce trigger pull weight by approx. 10%
  • MSRP is $79.95

Apex Forward Set Trigger Bar w/ Flat Advanced Trigger (part# 112-031):

  • Reduce trigger travel approx. 30%
  • Reduce reset approx. 20%
  • Reduce trigger pull weight by approx. 30%
  • MSRP is $124.95

Apex Forward Set Trigger Bar w/ Curved Advanced Trigger (part# 112-032):

  • Reduce trigger travel approx. 30%
  • Reduce reset approx. 20%
  • Reduce trigger pull weight by approx. 30%
  • MSRP is $124.95

Apex Forward Set Trigger Bar w/ Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger (part# 112-030):

  • Reduce trigger travel approx. 40%
  • Reduce reset approx. 20%
  • Reduce trigger pull weight by approx. 20%
  • MSRP is $119.95

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