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Old 02-13-2013, 11:22 PM   #1
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P938/P238 Stainless Triggers

I just got a message from Tillamook Precision regarding their stainless P238/938 triggers are back in production, and the bare stainless with or without serrations will be ready to ship shortly. The black ones will be a little longer since they have to send them for coating. I am sending off for my stainless serrated one, can't wait to see it. That and my stainless grip screws will finish my Nightmare they way I want it.
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Old 02-14-2013, 06:50 PM   #2
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That's good news. I'm waiting for the black triggers and have not heard anything yet. I'm looking forward to doing this upgrade to both my P238 and my P938. Both bite my finger every time I shoot them.
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:56 AM   #3
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I wander if that will have any affect on the warranty, when I had to send mine back to Sig they said to take all aftermarket items off and make it as it was purchased new.
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Old 02-15-2013, 05:12 AM   #4
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would this actually do anything functionally, to improve ones shooting?
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Old 02-15-2013, 09:51 AM   #5
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I just paypal'd 40.00 for a Stainless Steel "Non Serrated" to partsproduction@oregoncoast.com.

Company's called Tillamook Precision Inc. Received confirmation they rec'd payment and will ship today. Anyone interested can contact them at partsproduction@oregoncoast.com.

Here is the URL for a video on installation.


Tillamook Precision Inc.
7610 Trask River rd.
Tillamook Oregon 97141

No affiliation - I just feel better with as few polymer parts on my pistols as possible.
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BTW, partsproduction also sells serrated triggers and the serrations will not hurt your fingers............unlike the plastic ones that came fron Sig
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BTW, partsproduction also sells serrated triggers and the serrations will not hurt your fingers............unlike the plastic ones that came fron Sig
Good to know JRP - I'll let my wife know, she asked me that question before I ordered the non-serrated. I may order both.
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Good to know JRP - I'll let my wife know, she asked me that question before I ordered the non-serrated. I may order both.
I like his serrated one myself.
Had one on my 238 and now have one on my 938. Quality products
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Just wanted to ask what, besides looks, the difference in this trigger would be? Does it lighten it up? Would I need a new spring for that? Where would I get the spring? Thanks.
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Is the lower limb of this trigger as sharp as the factory version? Has the shape ergo changed to eliminate my soon too sore trigger finger?
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Stainless triggers for Sigs, Colt .380's - 1911Forum

Found that thread about it and someone mentioned that the trigger took out the gritty feel. Any other differences besides looks? I emailed him about getting one. Will look great on my nightmare.
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They are said to reduce trigger pull slightly. Adding a colt mustang hammer spring also seems to be the key to deducing the pull weight down to the 4.5 range. For me it is the feel of the trigger that is really the issue. The amount of pull may have something to do with the soreness I feel after I shoot my P938. My hope is that between a nice smooth steel trigger and a lighter pull weight I'll be able to enjoy shooting it more.
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I changed my stock plastic trigger to partsproduction's SS trigger. The change alone shouldn't affect trigger pull. But if you take the time to polish the trigger bar to make it really smooth that should improve the "feel" of the trigger pull. I also polished all action parts, hammer, sear, all the pins that hold them as well as swapping out the mainspring for a Wolff 20lb reduced power spring for a Colt Mustang. I also reduced the pressure on the trigger bar by slightly changing the sear spring's trigger leaf. The result was a 4-5lb trigger with a smooth pull and crisp release.
BUT everyone's results will vary and these changes may impact you warranty. So if in doubt, have a local GS do the work.
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