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The ALG ACT triggers I have in my guns are right in the 5-6 pound pull weight range.
Like the Saint, the MSR-15 uses a GI-configured trigger with nickel boron coating, but pull weight on the sample I tested was a pound lighter.
While the trigger pull weights on the two guns were similar--which is incredible enough given that the Creed is a DAO--I preferred the trigger pull on the Creed because it had a crisper break.
My trigger pull gauge couldn't measure the double-action pull weight but single action went down from 6 pounds, 12-ounces to 4 pounds, 7 ounces; very acceptable.
And to quote the late Jeff Cooper on the best trigger pull weight on a 1911, "Three pounds, crisp, is the word.
22 with recessed grasping grooves had one of the hardest slides to manipulate (the new ones are much easier after a redesign), but the pull weight was low.
A CNC machined trigger box housing contains precision internal components and anti-dry fire mechanism with a no-creep trigger that achieves a clean break at a pull weight of just 3.
The trigger's pull weight can be adjusted from 1 1/2 to 4 pounds.
It succeeded, as evidenced by the test rifles crisp, three-pound pull weight.
Trigger pull weight on my particular sample measured 5.