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This is a discussion on P320 Trigger Change Observations within the P250 & P320 Modular Pistols forums, part of the SIG Sauer Pistols category; Originally Posted by hardluk1 Micheal64 The pull weight me vary slightly depending on how well broke in your stock trigger is before the change but ...


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Old 04-17-2017, 03:41 AM   #46
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Micheal64 The pull weight me vary slightly depending on how well broke in your stock trigger is before the change but figure a reduction down to around mid 4lb pull range plus or minus a few oz . I did some parts polishing and went from a 6lb 8oz trigger to a 4lb 4oz + or - 2 oz .
Was that all stock fcu or with GG or Apex parts?
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Old 04-17-2017, 08:55 AM   #47
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dropped the GG flat trigger and spring in mine and went to the range today. My previous setup was Apex with stock spring. I must say I like the GG flat trigger over the Apex. The GG trigger performed very well. I shot 400 rds and could have shot 400+ more. Very happy with this setup.
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Old 04-17-2017, 02:24 PM   #48
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GG trigger kit .
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:39 PM   #49
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Today, I gave GG a call, hoping to find out if they would sell their trigger bar spring as a separate item. The quick answer is no. The long answer is if you have purchased the complete kit and damage the spring during installation or if it fails later, they will replace it if you can prove purchase of the kit (receipt), either from them, or another vendor. "We will take care of you", they said.
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Old 04-18-2017, 10:54 AM   #50
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Thank you. I am considering the Apex 2 myself and appreciate the feedback. I need to buy a gauge. My 320 has a great trigger but I have no idea what the weight is stock.
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Today I used my brand new Lyman trigger pull tester on my stock P320 RX and I'm getting readings from 4.5 to 5 lbs. I pulled from the middle of the trigger with the gauge parallel to the slide (just like I learned from several YT videos). I thought it was a fluke after the first 10 tries, so kept on testing and the results didn't change. I borrowed my friends tester and got the same results. This is why I have no interest in swapping out my stock trigger, because it seems great to me! It seems like my results are a lot better than what I've been hearing from other P320 owners, no?
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Old 04-18-2017, 01:28 PM   #51
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Today, I gave GG a call, hoping to find out if they would sell their trigger bar spring as a separate item. The quick answer is no. The long answer is if you have purchased the complete kit and damage the spring during installation or if it fails later, they will replace it if you can prove purchase of the kit (receipt), either from them, or another vendor. "We will take care of you", they said.
You can always order your own custom spring if you feel enterprising enough:

Torsion Springs manufactured by Lee Spring

Just take out the current bar spring and do some measurements and a little research and you can order one from there. Then when you get it just curl the ends of the spring to fit into the holes and you're good to go. They're 14$ or so per spring so do your homework first before ordering - but then feel free to order a few different versions with higher or lower torque so you can find just the right one.

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Today I used my brand new Lyman trigger pull tester on my stock P320 RX and I'm getting readings from 4.5 to 5 lbs. I pulled from the middle of the trigger with the gauge parallel to the slide (just like I learned from several YT videos). I thought it was a fluke after the first 10 tries, so kept on testing and the results didn't change. I borrowed my friends tester and got the same results. This is why I have no interest in swapping out my stock trigger, because it seems great to me! It seems like my results are a lot better than what I've been hearing from other P320 owners, no?
Wow, that's a great stock trigger! I tried 4 different stock P320 FCUs, 6 pulls each on a Lyman, same method you used and got an overall average of 7lbs 1.6oz. Bruce Gray claims about 7 1/2 lb average on his video. Your stock pull rivals a GG kit pull!
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You can always order your own custom spring if you feel enterprising enough:

Torsion Springs manufactured by Lee Spring

Just take out the current bar spring and do some measurements and a little research and you can order one from there. Then when you get it just curl the ends of the spring to fit into the holes and you're good to go. They're 14$ or so per spring so do your homework first before ordering - but then feel free to order a few different versions with higher or lower torque so you can find just the right one.

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Thanks for the tip!
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Old 04-19-2017, 06:59 AM   #54
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Wow, that's a great stock trigger! I tried 4 different stock P320 FCUs, 6 pulls each on a Lyman, same method you used and got an overall average of 7lbs 1.6oz. Bruce Gray claims about 7 1/2 lb average on his video. Your stock pull rivals a GG kit pull!
Yeah, I got lucky with mine. Yay!

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You know, I have a Smith-Wesson M&P 9L Performance Center pistol and the trigger pull is even better. IIRC, it was averaging in the mid-3lb. range. There's another member here that has the same pistol. I'm wondering if his was as good as what I'm seeing (I'm hoping he reads this).
Another thing, I've had a Walther PPQ M2 Q5 Match on order for at least 2 months now, and I've heard it has one of the best striker fired triggers out there. However, I think the CZ P-10c may have taken over the reins. I can't imagine it's much better than my S-W or P320, but we shall see!
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I nearly pounced on the M&P PC about the same time I was bit by the Sig bug. Maybe I need to go back and check it out! I have also wondered about the PPQ... Never had the chance to try a CZ yet.
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Old 04-19-2017, 06:19 PM   #56
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...That being said, I absolutely love my collection of P320 gear and the 229 Legion. At this point, they are way better shooters than their owner is- that's for sure! Just a NewB after all...
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I nearly pounced on the M&P PC about the same time I was bit by the Sig bug. Maybe I need to go back and check it out! I have also wondered about the PPQ... Never had the chance to try a CZ yet.
PPQ is very nice and awesome trigger.

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That's what I understand too. Have also heard good things about the grip ergos.
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That's what I understand too. Have also heard good things about the grip ergos.
I had the regular PPQ in my hands when I was ordering the Q5 match version. Yes, the ergos are fantastic. It's very similar to the feel of my Walther PPS M2 LE single stack 9mm, but better.
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