I purchased a new-in-box Mossberg MVP LC a couple months ago and I'm having issues with their Patented Lightning Bolt Action (LBA) Trigger System. I understand it's meant to be a safety feature that requires a trigger safety it be depressed before the actual trigger can be pulled to fire the rifle. If I hold my finger towards the far end of the trigger system I can feel (and hear a slight click) what I suppose is the LBA safety feature being released so the trigger can be pulled to fire the rifle, only the trigger will not move rearward and appears to lock up. At that point I have to raise the bolt arm and reset the trigger system in hopes it will function properly the second time. Sometimes that work but not always. I've noticed that if i place my trigger finger at the top of the trigger assembly the LBA seems to function much more consistently. Holding my finger that high on the trigger is unnatural and feels out of place and there is not much movement required to release the safety system and actually fie the rifle. I much prefer holding my finger lower on the trigger blade so when I hear and feel the LBA safety being released there is adequate time to fine tune the aim which result in a much improved accurate shot (that is if and when the trigger actually releases). Is there a fix for this issue or am I just going to have to train myself to engage the trigger in an unnatural position? Any suggestions or insight as what I'm doing wrong? I find myself jerking off-target when I engage the trigger at the lower more natural position not knowing if the rifle will fire or not. Is anyone else having LBA adjustable trigger system problems?