A trigger shoe is a block of metal or polymer configured to fit snugly on the front face of the trigger of a specific firearm. It is wider than the original trigger and extends a little farther forward. In use, the shooter places the trigger finger on the shoe and gets contact over a wider area. This tends to make the trigger pull feel a little lighter by spreading out the area of the shooter’s finger that is in contact with the trigger.
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