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Canyon Creek Spring Pack for XD & XDm

Canyon Creek Spring Pack for XD & XDm
Price: $25.00

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This spring pack from Canyon Creek includes the six springs crucial to the operation of the XD. No XD owner should be without this kit. Testing has shown that this kit will reduce the stock trigger weight by as much as two pounds*.

Spring Kit includes:

  • Striker Saftey Spring
  • Striker Springs (3)
  • Trigger Bar Spring
  • Sear Springs (2) Medium (red), Heavy weight (blue)
  • Rebound Spring

* Will not reduce the travel and reset distance of the trigger pull. Spring will only affect the weight of the trigger pull

Note: Spring Pack springs are compatible with the Springer Precision Sear


 
11 Product Reviews - Average rating 4.5 / 5 (Show All)

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great product!

hugo m - 06th March 2013

quick and prompt shipping. easy to install...awesome trigger feel. best bang for the buck.

Excellent product

Jon Ross Miller - 05th March 2013

The spring kit arrived very quickly. It was very easy to install because I bought the blue assembly / dissassembly Manuel with the purchase of this. I would strongly recommend this to anybody because it makes the trigger pull a lot lighter than the oem factory springs do. Major difference.

Excellent

Johnnyav - 26th July 2011

Spring kit is an excellent upgrade. No problems at all - trigger pull is much much lighter than before.

Canyon Creek springs

XDM40cal - 20th June 2010

I have a XD40sc and at the time i was shooting it the trigger was fine..
As i kept shooting finger fatigue will happen...
Thus trigger kit..This simple trigger kit is so nice...
Recomend this for any XD subcompacts.


Great Addition at a good price

Chunky Monkey - 19th April 2009

I just installed the CC spring pack on my 45 tactical. I ran about 30 to 40 rounds through to make sure the sear spring was not too light. All rounds fired and so did the nearly 100 I fired the next day at my IDPA competition. I'd recommend it!



GregE - 14th August 2008

I have to agree with JeffD. I experienced the same problem. Put the stock sear spring back in and it's fine.

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