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Old 01-02-2013, 03:31 PM   #1
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Just got a new to me P6

and i absolutely must change this trigger and the trigger pull.

Does anybody have any links on how to get this done?

If need be, I can send it to Sig to do but would rather attempt it myself

TIA!
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Old 01-02-2013, 05:54 PM   #2
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Congratulations on your purchase. I'm looking for one myself.
You could certainly send it in to Sig, but I believe the cost will probably be ~$150 when you factor in shipping, etc. Of course, that price would include factory installed night sights, complete disassembly & cleaning & such.
Are there not any qualified gunsmiths were you are or are you in a podunk area like myself?
*BTW, where did you get your P6?

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Old 01-03-2013, 03:46 AM   #3
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I was shopping on GunBroker for a P6 when olbne turned up locally. Three magazines (one a Pro Mag) original grips, original box and also a custom wood set of grips mounted. $400.00 so a good deal.

Double Action trigger pull is about a yard and a half long. When it fially does release it is the usual smooth as glass Sig but I definitely need to work on this.
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Congrats on the new P6. I recently upgraded mine with all new springs, new trigger, new hammer, new take-down lever, and upgraded the main-spring and hammer-strut to the new style. I also was able to find a new barrel with the improved feed-ramp angle on GB. I will soon send it off for refinishing and will be done. Most parts can be purchased at Top Gun Supply. However, they only stock a short trigger. If you want a standard trigger, then Numrich is your friend. Anyhow, how-to videos are available on YouTube, and the whole process of swapping out parts is very easy. With all the new parts, my P6 is essentially a P225-except it still says P6.
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nice pickup
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