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Old 05-15-2017, 05:36 AM   #1
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New Grayguns triggers

WOW !!

Just got e-mail from GGI. They have available in stock the new P-SRT8 trigger. Either aluminum or alloy steel. Fully adjustable for pre travel and over travel.
More gadgets. Placed order for two steel triggers. More competition for Armory Craft. Will compare and report when they come in and installed.

Posted on their web site:
"(SIG SAUER Legion Series DA/SA pistols include the alloy steel version.)"
I am wondering if Sig will be installing the new PSTR-8 trigger instead of the P-SAIT trigger or they are just referring to the P-SAIT being alloy steel.
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Old 05-15-2017, 08:03 AM   #2
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WOW !!
Posted on their web site:
"(SIG SAUER Legion Series DA/SA pistols include the alloy steel version.)"
I am wondering if Sig will be installing the new PSTR-8 trigger instead of the P-SAIT trigger or they are just referring to the P-SAIT being alloy steel.
Thank you, the typo has been fixed and the product page updated.
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I can speak for the AC trigger. It's fantastic and highly recommended. It along with the SRT is incredible. Zero pre-travel for the DA pull and limited the over travel for SA. The flat trigger itself is just such a better design imo. The leverage and comfort is fantastic. I'm sure the Grey Guns trigger is right there with it, its probably just whether you like the skeletonized look or not. GG is awesome, I have the solid steel guide rod and spring set from GG, both added to the accuracy and smoothness of the DA pull for my P229.

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I can speak for the AC trigger. It's fantastic and highly recommended. It along with the SRT is incredible. Zero pre-travel for the DA pull and limited the over travel for SA. The flat trigger itself is just such a better design imo. The leverage and comfort is fantastic. I'm sure the Grey Guns trigger is right there with it, its probably just whether you like the skeletonized look or not. GG is awesome, I have the solid steel guide rod and spring set from GG, both added to the accuracy and smoothness of the DA pull for my P229.
I agree with you 100 %. I have two AC installed in two of my P229. Love it.
I am going to try the GGI in two other guns. Bottom line, like you said it might be the looks between them. There is a mechanical difference how they each achieve the pre and over travel but the result should be the same. AC is planning to come out with an adjustable curved trigger in the future also.

EDIT Great customer service. I placed my order at 8:30 AM today. Just receive e-mail at 1:24 PM that the order was shipped with attached tracking number. Greyguns lives up to the real meaning of CUSTOMER SERVICE. In life a lot of people complain, chastise and curse about lousy service but we do not give credit when it is due.

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USPS plays with my emotions again. Scheduled delivery day was today. No such luck. Haha, maybe tomorrow. Anyone received and installed?
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USPS plays with my emotions again. Scheduled delivery day was today. No such luck. Haha, maybe tomorrow. Anyone received and installed?
VERY INTERESTING !!!!!!!!!
Do not get me started on USPS.
Same here. My order left at 12:56 PM May 15 from Spray, OR.
Last entry shows that it left Portland on May 17 at 3:02 AM.
The web site states that delivery will be today May 18. My mail has already been delivered but no triggers.

This is NOT a complaint about GGI. They are great people with great customer service.
This is about USPS. USPS needs to learn the meaning of "customer service".
I get a lot of stuff shipped to the house and the most informal delivery service is the USPS.
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VERY INTERESTING !!!!!!!!!
Do not get me started on USPS.
Same here. My order left at 12:56 PM May 15 from Spray, OR.
Last entry shows that it left Portland on May 17 at 3:02 AM.
The web site states that delivery will be today May 18. My mail has already been delivered but no triggers.

This is NOT a complaint about GGI. They are great people with great customer service.
This is about USPS. USPS needs to learn the meaning of "customer service".
I get a lot of stuff shipped to the house and the most informal delivery service is the USPS.
On top of that they've raised their rates. It's over $7 to send a small flat rate box. My last movement was also 3:02 am on the 17th.
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My last movement was also 3:02 am on the 17th.
Perhaps add fiber to your diet?
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Received the triggers today. Easy install and adjustment. Since I had installed two Armory Craft triggers before I had a good concept of the installation.

It is just as good as the AC adjustable trigger as far as end result but the GGI P-SRT8 trigger is much easier to install. No delrin rod to file down, just an adjustable set screw for the pre travel.

Great product. No trigger pre travel or over travel. It works.
Installed on a P229R 9mm Nitron with SRT, threaded barrel, Trijicon HD orange sights, MecGar 17 round magazines with HST 147 gr. and a Viridian X5L green laser/light. It is a HD gun only. I am happy.
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USPS plays with my emotions again. Scheduled delivery day was today. No such luck. Haha, maybe tomorrow. Anyone received and installed?
I have

Grey Guns vs Armory Craft flat triggers
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Came today, installed without issue and I really like it. Can't wait to take it to the range.
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To those of you who have installed this trigger....Where does the screw that adjusts for pre-travel bear against on the frame? Is it visible without taking off the slide?

Thank you.
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To those of you who have installed this trigger....Where does the screw that adjusts for pre-travel bear against on the frame? Is it visible without taking off the slide?

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Yes/No. It's got a green Delrin tip on the end of the Chicago screw. That bears against the frame, not the metal screw itself. You can't adjust it without removing the locking black and cocking the hammer first. You make all your adjustments with the locking block removed. The Delrin hits the frame at the front of the opening on trigger hole. You can see it, but you can't adjust it without partial disassembly.
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Yes/No. It's got a green Delrin tip on the end of the Chicago screw. That bears against the frame, not the metal screw itself. You can't adjust it without removing the locking black and cocking the hammer first. You make all your adjustments with the locking block removed.
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Thanks!!
Went back and tried to clear it up some. Had a few tonight. haha.
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