Makes the trigger pull so smooth, you absolutely wont believe it.
Kind of pricey, but you get what you pay for. Like was said earlier, ive seen people spend alot more money with the performace of their markers actually going down.
Well i tried a swing trigger on my buddys gun and decided to stay with the sliding setup on my 2001 STO. Since i was staying with the slider frame i decided id try the $50 roller sear instead of the 100 hinge. WELL worth the money. I polished my sto trigger plate, threw in the roller sear & new springs into my new Dye .45 frame (composite broke on me.) And this thing just RIPS now. The trigger is so smooth, i let other cockers try it and i swear, anyone whos tried it is saving or looking for one of these sears as we speak. My friend shoots a 2001 Angel LCD, he used to short stroke my gun like crazy, with the trigger as smooth as it is now, even he can shoot it with no problems. May not sound like a huge deal to some people, but seeing him be able to rip on my trigger means there is a huge difference, and it wasnt only in my head. ABSOLUTELY A TEN !!!!!!