This is a discussion on Are red box sigs supposed to be good to go out of the box? within the SIG Sauer Pistols forums, part of the SIG Sauer Forum category; Originally Posted by ca survivor Finally, I'll contact Sig and see if they will send me another spring. try this first ^^^^^ before you spend ...
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|09-13-2020, 05:41 AM||#46|
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|09-18-2020, 02:14 AM||#47|
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Haven't gotten around to contacting Sig yet, but right now I'll test the sprinco gr/flat spring setup and let you all know how that works. The function test went well, no binding on the GR, which is thinner than the stock one. I also have the Grayguns fat custom stainless steel guide rod as a backup.
I know galling isn't much of a thing as it used to be, but given that the slide is stainless and the aftermarket guide rods are as well, wondering if that's a potential hazard. Maybe not as much because they are likely different grades of stainless?
Not sure what the stock guide rod is made of, can anyone tell from my original photo? Il check with a magnet but I believe it's blue steel.
Thanks again, everyone!
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