207 Foxon Rd.
North Branford, CT 06471
Open 365 days
Don’t blink, or you might miss the sign.
Perfect Trigger doesn’t have a lot of space, but they cram a ridiculous amount of guns into their store. The only stores that compare to this density of product are Bob’s Gun Exchange in Darien, and The Jolly Roger in New Milford.
That’s a Ruger piston AR and a Sig 556 hanging on Joel’s Wall of Evil Black Rifles:
And in that vertical display case, a lot of revolvers, including a S&W model 317, 17, 14-4 and 63.
More handguns in the opposite corner:
Why, yes, that IS a Class-3 suppressor-ready FN .45 in OD green on top of that case of 1911s (with two Colt 1903s hiding in the back):
Quite a muzzle-brake on that Mossberg shotgun:
They are authorized dealers for Glock, Sig, Savage, US Firearms, and more. Plenty of Walther and Beretta iron on display too. The Wall ‘o Glocks:
And a case of Sig, Taurus, Bersa, Kahr, CZ, and Springfield pistols:
Plenty of fancy sporting guns to be had (including a US Firearms Colt Lightning replica and an English T. Clought side-by-side with intricate engraving):
This is one of the stores that we check regularly for used & interesting items. Perfect Trigger attends most of the gun shows in the region as a dealer, and as a result their stock turns over very quickly. They also get many hard-to-find items. Examples: a nickel-plated Norinco Tokarev. Somewhere in China, a pimp is missing his gun.
A nickel-plated 1911, engraved “El Senador”; reputedly the sidearm of choice for Mexican cartels.
A very nice Baby Browning .25 with most of its bluing, and just enough grip for Crapgame to fit one finger around. And he thought the Glock26 lacked enough grip…
They had a bunch of police turn-ins available. Walther P99s, Beretta 92Fs, Mossberg 500s with wood furniture and very slick actions.
One of the coolest guns ever, the Steyr AUG:
Before there was a High Standard brand, there was Hartford Arms & Equipment, making .22 pistols like this one. They later became the High Standard company:
A consignment Mauser, with provenance done by the owner:
A Dale Evans commemorative engraved Colt SAA, #85 of 250, and a matching rifle:
A Navy Arms Schofield in 44-40. If it was .45LC or .44Spl I might have been tempted:
A Swiss Vetterli 10.4mm rimfire:
A Whitneyville derringer, made a long time ago just up the road from the store:
A .338 just itching to reach out & touch the Taliban:
Perfect Trigger also offers ammo, accessories, knives (including the Wasp injection knife) and a variety of classes (held at a private range).
Andy and Joel are easy to talk to, and clearly enthusiastic about their business. They always have something interesting, and that’s why we stop in regularly.