Overwatch Precision Releases The BRZ Trigger For The Springfield XD-S

Aftermarket triggers like the Overwatch Precision D.A.T.V2 that I am currently reviewing have one of the highest cost to benefit ratios out of every possible gun upgrade (aside from more ammo). Depending on what gun you currently are modding you might be out of luck when looking for a trigger. Now those of you who own a Springfield Armory XD-S can choose the new BRZ trigger from Overwatch Precision if that is an upgrade you are eyeing.

With an MSRP of $99.99, the new BRZ trigger from Overwatch is expected to start shipping March 15th. Made from 7075-T6 aluminum, the trigger will likely take just about any abuse that you dish out. They also sculpted a slightly hybrid trigger bow that incorporates characteristics of both flat and curved triggers in one unit to allow what they are calling a “self-correcting” straight rearward press with noticeable comfort.

Overwatch Precision does note that you should install this trigger with the Powder River Precision Trigger spring and sear kit for the XD-S.

You can learn more about the trigger over at the Overwatch Precision website and find the spring kit at the Powder River Precision website.

Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and TFBTV Host. He likes guns and has liked shooting guns for as long as he can remember. You can follow Patrick on Instagram @tfbpatrick, Facebook, or contact him by email at TFBpatrick@gmail.com.

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  • Vhyrus

    $100 is 25% of what I paid for the gun new. That’s a bit steep IMO.

    • USMC03Vet

      But it’s red!

      • Phillip Cooper

        I don’t match my shoes to my belt, don’t see a damn reason to go all agog over the fashion issue.

        • USMC03Vet

          What a savage.

          • Phillip Cooper

            Yeah, I’m a regular f^&kin; Philistine. 🙂

  • Nolan

    “expected to start shipping March 15th”… *nervously looks at the date, fearing a time paradox*

  • 22winmag

    I don’t have to replace the trigger and sear on my PPS-40 to whack targets very well out at 25 yards.

    (PPS-40 M1 not the hideous M2)

  • 1LT Homer

    Overwatch had some really unique shades of colored trigger (Black cherry, midnight blue, etc) that they recently discontinued. The colors that remain are similar to all others now, and thats too bad, being such a departure from the norm.