Has anyone come up with a way to shorten the trigger break on the P-32? It doesn't shoot until the trigger is pulled almost all the way to the frame. It seems to me that in an emergency, the six pound long trigger pull could affect accuracy...
The trigger pull is supposed to be the equivalent of that of a double-action revolver.
If you put in a modicum of dry-fire practice with this gun, you will find that the long pull will have little or no effect upon its accuracy.
The key to accuracy with any gun, and particularly with small pistols, is practice, practice, practice.
There is no accessory device or modification which will absolve you from the need to practice.
I'll keep practising and maybe I'll get used to it. I really like the little bugger, I just wish it fired with about 3/4 of the pull it has. But that's just me.
Neil, you're absolutely correct.
You must use a snap-cap to dry-fire a Kel-Tec .380 or .32, because the same screw which retains its extractor also retains its firing pin.
Each dry-fire pull causes the firing pin to peen the threaded end of that screw, finally to the point where it must be drilled out to remove it.
Use a snap-cap!
I wasn't aware of that...Thanks! I learn somthing new every day of my life.