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Old 01-10-2013, 05:13 PM   #16
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you could've mentioned 239 in your original post.
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:33 AM   #17
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Hear are some pictures that I have gathered showing the sear and safety lever differences; SRT parts are on the right:





Also, bearone2, we take a very comprehensive set of before-and-after measurements on every pistol that comes in the shop for trigger work, so it is not a matter of belief; I'm just stating the facts.
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so it was hacked up before you got it, great that you can fix it.

your pic is a blowup of what i posted.
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Just an update guys. I took my P239 to the range today, and it worked flawlessly. Apparently my taking it down without using the decocker did no harm. Whew... (Now I don't know whether I like my P229 or my P239 better...)
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not a surprise, i never used the de-cocker on my '09, 229/40 sas2b, with srt, to remove the slide.
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Pretty sure if u don't use the decocker u have a chance of drop fire if it falls and lands on the hammer
the disconnect will prevent that
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the disconnect will prevent that
absolutely
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I don't think the m-11 has srt and I know the mk25 does not
According to Sig the M11-A1 does have the short reset trigger.

M11-A1
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