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Old 08-09-2017, 04:37 PM
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Will the M&P 2.0 trigger fit in an M&P 1.0?
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Nope. Well, I think the trigger shoe itself is the same part but the 2.0s have a different sear interface with a redesigned trigger bar, sear block and an extra part that some are calling the sear activator.

are you trying to make the trigger better on an older 1.0?

how old is it?
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