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Old 02-04-2017, 02:35 PM   #1
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I ordered the PELT about 10 days ago and it arrived yesterday, late last night, thank God I drink much less now (if at all) so I watched the Mother of All DIY Videos and gave it a try. I first checked the trigger pull on my P320 which is currently in a compact state with .357 Sig X Change slide. The pull was consistently 6 lbs. so that was my starting point.

Other than learning how to remove and replace the trigger bar spring it was fairly straight forward. Once completed I checked the trigger pull and it was now a consistent 4.5 lbs! I can't be sure what others would be, I'm sure it could vary a bit on individual fire control units. Now I wait to see how it performs at the range, I did experience the "trigger bite" that is often mentioned and I'll be curious if that is still present the next time I exercise it as it was intended.
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Old 02-04-2017, 03:34 PM   #2
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Did you order the flat trigger or the curved trigger?

I have an Apex flat on my 320 now but thinking about getting the curved PELT.
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Sorry...curved, I believe it's the only one in stock.
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Today I finally dragged my rear to the range, I switched the FCU I had upgraded in February from the Compact .357 Sig to the full-size 9 mm for this exercise, I did test the .357 and was impressed in late February after several magazines to test the trigger and found the install successful. Previously I would experience occasional "trigger bite" and my groups were okay but nothing to be pleased with.

Today I ran a magazine at 21' then another 3 magazines from 30', I have a pic from he first magazine below, the remainder was literally just more of the same, I don't recall shooting better groups in many years. This is my first striker fired handgun, always carried a "P" series at work as well as off-duty since 92'. The trigger is now is second to my P210, that says a lot because the 210 is simply my best handgun, I feel so confident shooting knowing it's going where I intended. I'm not a great shooter but this P320 9 mm may become a habit for range work, I was impressed how smooth it performed.
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Welcome to the P320 fold.

...all your monies are P320's
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I installed a flat PELT in my full size 9 and like you am super happy with it. Sig really did a fantastic job with the 320, first striker gun I've been able to embrace.
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I'm being reserved, it may have been luck today, so I'll take it again and if I'm able to duplicate the results then I will be impressed. I started the day testing the SPR I'm building, only iron sights to day and I was a happy shooter, towards the end of the session the shots became unpredictable but I located the cause when I noticed the rear sight had become loose. I had forgotten to bring the correct Allen wrench so I had nothing to properly tighten it, when I got home I secured it with Loctite and will also bring more tools.

I acquired an 18" 1/7 twist complete Wilson Combat upper assembly, added a Burris folding tactical bi-pod. Still need a scope and mount, I'm close to a decision.
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