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The other day, I noticed that the trigger in my P320 had some left to right and forward to backward play in it. I understand that this is normal to some extent, but am trying to get a feel for how bad it should be. Mine is about like this:
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I removed the trigger from the FCU to see if I could figure out what was causing this, and I noticed a spot on the inside of the trigger pivot hole, where the tab on the trigger engages in the hole, where there appears to be a small ding. I'll attach some pictures below. Does anyone know if this is normal, or if it is cause for concern?
 

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All looks pretty normal. Mine are just like the one in the video. From what I can see in your pictures it just looks like an injection nub from when the parts were made, could polish it up if you want but won't really bother anything.

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All looks pretty normal. Mine are just like the one in the video. From what I can see in your pictures it just looks like an injection nub from when the parts were made, could polish it up if you want but won't really bother anything.

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Glad to hear that all seems normal! Is the FCU itself a MIM part? I thought it was stamped, but could be wrong.
 

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All my handguns, even rifles wiggle that way. I'm not sure what your concerns are. The worst play in trigger I've ever felt was a FAL that a friend bought, but it's one of my favorite rifles.
 
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