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  1. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    I was recently gifted a P320 and noticed that dry firing it produced a very spongey-sounding strike, almost like the sound of a weak airsoft or bb gun. I thought it would be a good idea to pull the striker assembly out and make sure it was clean inside. I noticed some lube in the channel...
  2. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    This isn’t part of my normal content but I’ll share it in case it helps anyone down the road. Here are two recent “Sig Mechanics Shortcuts” videos explaining how to: 1. Change out your sear springs without having to disassemble the entire FCU 2. How to identify a broken/damaged reset...
  3. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    Hi everyone, Just sharing the latest video posted on the Sig Mechanics Youtube channel. It's an in-depth look at what it takes to disengage the striker safety on the P320 pistol under normal operating conditions. Lots of information and even 3D modeled visual representations of the active...
  4. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    Does anyone know if the striker assembly is different for the subcompact slide on the P320? I have a x-compact and ordered a striker assembly kit. When I pulled the old one out to replace it, I noticed that the new one was slightly longer. I looked back at the website, and in small print it said...
  5. SIG Sauer Pistols
    I have been wondering for the past couple of months on this topic and I wanted to finally post a topic on it. I know that Sig has the P232 and the P238 in 380 Auto, but why not a polymer striker fired handgun? With the introduction of the P320 and its modularity, why not make a 380 Auto...
  6. P365
    I have a March 2018 P365, working fine with 500+ rounds until recently. After removing the slide for a sight adjustment, the gun fails to fire: the striker seems to not fully 'click' forward when triggered. This only happens when a round is in the chamber, the striker cycles fine ('clicks...
  7. P365
    So back when there where bad OEM strikers floating about I picked up the 'full cut' Lightning striker, even before the simplified design. The whole reason I did so was it was the only way to get a new striker w/o sending everything back off to Sig, and figured I would have a spare in hand...
  8. P365
    Hi all, I joined after I got my first P365. I have never had any interest in any Sig guns until the P365 came. I find the pistol brilliant in design and stunning in capacity. That all being said I want to touch on a couple of Sig things that drive me nuts. Remember I am avowed Glock guy. :)...
  9. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    Hello. I came across the forum after following several different internet rabbit holes when I was researching the P365 that I recently bought. My background - retired LEO from SoCal, golf is my main hobby but I do shoot and reload. Most of my handguns for the past 30 years have been H&K, but my...
  10. P365
    I received the new Lightning Strike P365 17-4 Stainless Steel Striker today. I know that several ST members have requested a video of the MIM striker replacement. I had some time this evening so thought I'd record my installation. While I did mine on an open table, many have advised to...
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