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  1. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    I purchased a used Sig P226R and quickly found out why it was traded in. Long story short I needed to remove the new style solid firing pin retaining pin. Finding the right punch to remove the FPRP was fairly difficult. I was finally able to find a good set of nail set punches from Wilde Tools...
  2. Gun Gear
    (Edit notes!! A Norsso rep got back to me and explained that is just the way the device is, but that even though cutting it was not on the table they could make a barrel on request: an incredible response overall. I cut out parts of the post and changed the title to reflect the situation...
  3. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    (I tagged "frankensig" for giggles, so it occurred to me only after drafting this that it's possible this has been discussed. Warning that post is quite long.) I'm no entrepreneur and only dabble in engineering/design, so I wanted to throw the idea out there because it tickled my interest and...
  4. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    I’ve been working on a station that I can work on my gun projects. I didn’t have a ton of money to work with so this is what I came up with: Desk was free! I bought the white peg board and stickered it up! I put black mats down to keep the guns on a protective surface. I’ve been adding to it...
  5. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    I’m looking to revamp my smithing/cleaning station set up. For the longest time I’ve used just a towel in place of a mat when working or cleaning my guns. My question is this...am I wasting my money by buying a pistol gun mat when I own rifles? Should I just buy a rifle gun mat? Is there an...
  6. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    So I read the posts I could find on the forum, saw that the two screws are SAE 3/32 Allen, applied a little heat for the loctite from the factory, and.... may have a stripped the screws... I didn't try to continue forcing the issue repeatedly, but I felt some slipping (though with how small the...
  7. New Member Introductions
    I've owned several Sig Sauer handguns and now I'm starting to build them from 80% kits and I know I'm going to need serious help with my project until I learn how to do it right so any help anyone can provide would be deeply appreciated
  8. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    I don't want a non Sig armorer messing with my Sigs, Anyone know of a Sig smith who will install a old fashion trigger over travel screw? I have carried a Sig since 1990 and own 5, the post sear break is something that could be made better.
  9. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    I own a P226R. Any thoughts or insights on replacing or upgrading the factory plastic pistol guide rod with one made from heavier, stronger, and/or polished steel, tungsten, or other material? I have read various opinions on the validity of such an upgrade to help control muzzle jump (heavier)...
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