GRAYGUNS Firearms Components - Sig Sauer P320 Competition Trigger System, Flat-Faced Straight Trigger
With patience it goes in smoothly
Following tutorial on YouTube (I'm not an expert gunsmith by any stretch of the means) form Alma Cole, if you have a newer P320 or an X series there are some differences (don't look for your captive spring, you didn't lose it ;) ), the installation can be done without tools, that is if you want to pull your hair out, but even with a simple thing metal pin to move springs around, that's all you really need.
It comes with few more springs (thank god you will need them) when inserting them you might need to GENTLY!!! pinch a bit one end so it stays in place while you are trying to insert it downwards in the gun.
The flat trigger doesn't fit the X5, you will have to use the one the gun comes with, so you will not need also the micro polished trigger limiter ( the graygun trigger is smaller and needed to prevent extra travel)
After installation is completed (thank god) you'll notice a few different things about the gun, one the lighter springs make a bit of creaking sound ( you forgot to Lub them...) and the trigger is MUCH lighter, so light you'll will be surprised when it goes off, and how good was your shot.
If your gun is a newer P320 or an X-series you'll be left with some parts, that is ok, you won't need them just keep them aside just in case.
Overall grouping will shrink, practising double tapping, cadence also will get closer together, if you compete and want to get an edge this is for sure...
7/7/2019 3:13 PM
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