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Old 01-05-2017, 05:28 PM   #1
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Sig 320 Apex trigger grip ?

Has anyone added a small piece of grip tape to their Apex trigger?
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Old 01-06-2017, 11:42 AM   #2
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Has anyone added a small piece of grip tape to their Apex trigger?
Funny you ask, because I initially thought the trigger to be a bit slick when I first installed when dry-firing. After hundreds of rounds, I haven't had any issues...caveat that I haven't fired in any hot/humid weather.
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Never even crossed my mind.

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Get it stippled!


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Old 01-06-2017, 12:37 PM   #5
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Can try friction tape. Used on sports equipment and tools
Or try custom milling one
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In all seriousness....





Maybe spray on a layer.
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Old 01-06-2017, 01:31 PM   #7
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Thats great Mo
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Not trying to hi-jack this thread but does anyone else have any side to side play that wasn't present with the factory trigger? Front to back everything feels good
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Not trying to hi-jack this thread but does anyone else have any side to side play that wasn't present with the factory trigger? Front to back everything feels good
If anything, mine's tighter.

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Thanks... figured something wasn't right but I've disassembled reassembled and checked reset spring twice and still can't solve the issue
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I've thought about having my gunsmith buddy do some machining on it so its like a 1911 trigger, but I honestly haven't even shot it with the new trigger yet so we'll see.
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Not trying to hi-jack this thread but does anyone else have any side to side play that wasn't present with the factory trigger? Front to back everything feels good
Indeed. Mine feels a little sloppier side-to-side.
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Not trying to hi-jack this thread but does anyone else have any side to side play that wasn't present with the factory trigger? Front to back everything feels good
No its a common issue. Ive seen it posted elsewhere in SiG Talk and other places

Mine has a shake if i shake it violently.....or rock it side to side. Shake pistol
Still on fence about the trigger tho. Need more shooting. I kinda liked the stock curve. Just wish it was completely solid , as in filled trigger
but I follow apex on Instagram and spoken to a rep and i noticed that because it doesnt fill that upper void like the "Adverse Trigger" does. So it will have small play , i may buy another Apex for my 45s to try and see what MoRivera did.....
Im thinking of trading some guns for more Sig P320s as i completely love this platform. I want a gen 2 9mm P320full size ...make my gen 1 P320 9mm a training/beater pistol. And i want to rebuy a 40 exchange kit in compact. And a subcompact 9mm kit

And still on the fence with a P320RX

Probably selling / trading the 1911 Tac Ops
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Thanks for the feedback fellas.. I was just wondering if I was the only one but after talking to a few people on here as well as instagram it seems to be the only downfall.. still feels great and no functionality issue just a slight rattle is all
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