I am wanting to replace the plastic trigger on my Para P13 Limited with one of the Aluminum triggers made by Gun Craft; I like the way that my stock trigger feels, and shoots, but I do not know whether the stock trigger would be considered a short or long trigger, I want the same thing, only in aluminum.
Also looking at drilling the 3 like sized holes in the trigger so that it resembles a colt trigger, then re-tapping the over travel adjustment hole in it.
So which is it in my gun, would it be considered short or long?
According to Brownells
, it is an extended/ long.
(Item # 67 by the way)
I'd personally say that you should only get a Short trigger if your fingers cannot reach the standard trigger that's on there.
I have a Guncraft trigger in my P13. If you want the stock length, use the SHORT trogger. I prefer the long though. It comes with the three holes. Here's a pic so you can judge for yourself. I got mine at Dawson Precision, although Brownells carries it. The previous post lists the Para part...it may be plastic.
The older models had short triggers. They were updated to long triggers sometime in the first few years. You might think the short trigger would be good on the wider frames, but I find the long triggers much more natural. The frames aren't as bulky as you would think anyway.