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Old 01-27-2017, 12:48 PM   #46
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Get You a set of Torx L wrenches.
I've used T10, T15 and T20.
Sig uses a special Ground Slot Screwdriver for the Slotted Grip screws.
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Old 01-27-2017, 12:50 PM   #47
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A great thread and highly informative! So I have read that some folks recommend using a grease on the slide instead of an oil. Any thoughts on this ? Thanks
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Not sure if this matters but thought I would say something in case it did ..

I noticed last night when I lubed my new P238 that in the above picture the bar that is labeled 7. disconnector to frame and 8. disconnector to trigger bar is solid and doesn't have holes in it as the picture shows ..

Don't know if the picture shows a change or mine has a newer style disconnector since the date of the weapon in the picture is unknown to me ..

The Born on Date for my P-238 is Nov 2014 even though it is new off the shelf ..
I just got a new P238 HD Nickel. It has a manufacture date of Oct 26, 2016. It is just as you described. I already shot 150 rounds through it (with no issues) before I lubed the points noted in this thread, other than points 7 and 8.

Just pulled it apart and lubed up the points I could. Got a pic while the grip panel was off:


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