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I was wondering what the difference between the two is. Who's got 'em and what do ya like or hate about them.
I too get the trigger pinch at the bottom of my trigger finger when firing between the trigger guard and the tip opf the trigger. I just bought the kel tec trigger shoe today and the while surfing this sight I found the northwood trigger (after I had already bought the shoe):gaah:

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Sorry can't give you a comparison, I installed a hybrid Northwoods. Install was straight forward and the end result was well worth it. You may want to check but it seems that they quit production on the hybrid model.
 

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I can't compare the two but I installed a Northwoods on my P-11 and felt it made a nice improvement. Installation was fairly easy and the Northwoods web site has good instructions on the install procedure. Before I bought the Northwoods I did some research on the RTK and I believe that the grip frame had to be drilled or modified in some way. People said it was not a big issue but drilling on gun frames is not my strong suite so I went with the Northwoods and am happy with it.
 

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I have installed and used both the RTK and Northwoods trigger in a Kel-Tec PF-9 and P-11. To me, it didn't make much of a difference at all, especially for the cost. You'll still end up with a long and hard trigger pull. My suggestion is to save the money and buy ammo and practice with the factory trigger. Once you learn to get a consistent pull all the way through you'll like it.
 
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