It's basically going to make the trigger pull heavier, or more importantly, increase the return strength.
Some people won't like that of course, because they assume lighter has to be better, but if you can get used to the heavier pull it's actually an advantage - trigger bounce is less likely, and the quicker the trigger resets between shots the quicker it is ready to be pulled again.
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