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  1. Ammo and Reloading
    I will make this short and sweet. According to Redding their universal decapper doesn't have replaceable pins but all of their rifle dies have the small pin. So I have a Redding Reloading Type S Full Length Sizing Die in 308 Winchester, #77155; and after looking at it I confirmed the...
  2. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    Was wondering if anyone knows specifically what kind of (Spirol?) coiled spring pins are used in the P320 to retain the safety lever/sear housing? Specifically, whether they are carbon steal or chrome (420) stainless; If they are heavy or standard duty; None of the above? Sig lists part #...
  3. Guns
    I own a P238 TSS-CA and want to replace the trigger. I cannot for the life of me get the trigger pin out. Any suggestions or tricks? I heard the pin may be tapered--if so, which direction should it be removed? I have tried cupped punches and hit it pretty firmly--no visible movement...
  4. SIG Sauer Rifles
    This happened. The hammer pin is out, odd. Actually this is the second time this has happened, so for sure this is a problem. Will be contacting Sig. BTW does Sig customer service have an email? All I see is phone numbers to call. Thanks, -J
  5. SIG Sauer Pistols
    I just picked up a sp2022 9mm a few weeks ago, and a few times while fiddling with my gun I've noticed that the pin to take down the gun is somehow making its way towards the frame like I'm going to take down the gun. By this I mean if I was pulling my slide back and letting it go forward it...
  6. P238, P938 Pistol
    Every time I have cleaned my firearms, I've always just cleaned around it. This past time, I let the clp soak on the slide for a little longer than normal, and really cleaned around the firing pin block with a qtip. I noticed it was so clean it was extremely easy to depress the spring for the...
  7. SIG Sauer Pistols
    I recently picked up a brand new P229 SAS Gen 2, and I completely disassembled it to get it perfectly clean and lubed up before its first break-in firing. All the frame pins came out easily (without the use of a punch), with the exception of the sear pin. I had released the spring tension on...
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