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CZ 75 Full Size or Tristar 120

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Forgot to add that I don't mess with the reduced TRS unless I'm going full Pro package. 

FWIW - I have a fully Pro packaged SP-01 Tactical that has a SA pull of 2 lbs with the 11.5# spring and DA is under 5#. Smooth as freaking butter. 😎

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