MPN: 100-170


  • Reduces pre-travel
  • Reduces over-travel
  • Center mounted pivoting safety maintains factory safety values


  • Material: Aluminum


  • Works with all Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 2.0 and Shield Plus Pistols in 9mm and .40 calibers
  • Works in conjunction with the Apex Duty/Carry Kit for the Shield 2.0, or as a stand-alone with the factory sear and other components
  • NOT for use in the Shield 1.0
  • NOT for use in the Shield 45 calibers


  • 1x Apex Aluminum Action Enhancement Trigger for M&P Shield 2.0
  • 1x Slave Pin (to assist with trigger return spring installation)


Your choice to go with the slim, lightweight 2.0 version of the popular Smith & Wesson M&P Shield has been made by many. Congratulations, you have chosen what is perhaps the ideal concealed carry pistol. This thing is designed to be quick, easy to draw and to work at close range. Therefore, you don’t really want to add much to it. However, if you’re like most of us, you always want to make your equipment better. An ideal upgrade that won’t change any outward aspect of your little 2.0 is an Apex Tactical M&P Shield 2.0 trigger.

It’s Flat Out Better

This M&P Shield 2.0 trigger upgrade features a solid aluminum body with a center mounted, pivoting safety lever. This is a feature that prevents accidental discharge, for the trigger is not going to move before that safety lever does. Additionally, the Apex Tactical M&P Shield 2.0 trigger is designed to reduce pre-travel and over travel by about 20 percent. This gives you smoother, more consistent trigger action, but don’t believe your eyes.

Feeling is Believing

Let’s face it, statistics are boring, and numbers put a lot of people to sleep. The M&P Shield 2.0 trigger upgrade is a subtle enhancement that significantly adds to your pistols performance. Its smooth trigger shoe is pretty much a hybrid of a flat and curved trigger, giving you the benefits of each. The smooth surface of the Apex Tactical M&P Shield 2.0 trigger naturally and ergonomically centers your finger in line with the weapons bore. The trigger presents a slight, rearward angle ending in a forward curve at the bottom. The bottom line is that it simply works better.

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