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  1. SIG Sauer Pistols
    Hi Folks, I'll keep it brief. Thanks for the platform to gain some knowledge. I am a new Sig owner, first and only one. P220 Legion DA/SA. Mfg. 1/7/2020 I like the pistol very much, not sure what to expect from the trigger performance. Am familiar with good revolver and good 1911 triggers...
  2. SIG Sauer Rifles
    Was able to find a Sig556 and it was unfired. The only real issue besides a tough trigger pull is the rotary sigh has a wiggle to it in the drum part. Any thought on tightening that down. Haven't taken it apart yet. Thank in advance. R
  3. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    Greetings, I know that the main reasons to reducing trigger pull is through polishing and replacing the mainspring. While I do understand as to why those are necessary, I'm curious as to why changing the sear spring is not a popular choice. Looking at how it functions, the sear spring pushes...
  4. SIG Sauer Pistols
    EDIT/UPDATE AS OF 28NOV2014 Per several of you guys' suggestions (and MUCHO thanks BTW), I found out several things. First, that the 17# replacement was meant for the ones that had 21 pound springs...the newer models. I have the older one with the 24# one and that made the 17# too light. I...
  5. P250, P320, & P320 X-5 Pistols
    Hey SIG Talk, I'm new to this forum and SIG firearms in general! I just purchased a new P320 Carry and I tried out the dry fire at the shop and the trigger break seemed great. After taking it home, disassembling it and re-assembling I noticed that when I go to dry fire it, the trigger seems to...
  6. P238, P938 Pistol
    My Sig P938 says the trigger pull weight is between 7.5 and 8.5 pounds. Is there a way to reduce the trigger pull to around the 3.5 to 4.5 pound range? I am not a gunsmith so talk/type slow for me! :)
  7. SIG Sauer Pistols
    I was wondering if there was a way to reduce the trigger pull pressure to something in the 3.5 pound range. I am not a gunsmith so no big words and pictures would help!:)