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I am not normally a boastful person but today, in spite of being 74 years old and having mild arthritis in my hands, I successfully installed Short Reset Trigger kits in my p227, p229 and p239.

I saved the p239 till last because I could only find one video on installing the SRT kit in a p239 and that one involved a total tear down of the gun. The kit was installed in that video as almost an afterthought. I will tell you it took a lot of patience, and a little luck, to get the p239 done. I could have removed the locking block and trigger bar but what the heck.

Now all my p2XX series DA/SA guns have the same trigger action and similar reset characteristics. It is a good feeling.
 

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Congratulations Oldduke. It's satisfying to accomplish something like that. I put a SRT kit in my P227 and changed out the trigger to the "fat" trigger.

That SRT kit really makes the reset nice!
 

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Oldduke, congratulations are in order, and yes those smaller single column designs have the same parts packed into a smaller package making things a little tighter!!!
 
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Congratulations and good going!!!


Don't forget to do the pencil test, or better yet, manually check that firing pin block releases FP no later than sear releases hammer. This is a tad more critical in DA, as the hammer releases with the trigger a little further forward than in SA.
 

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Congratulations.
It is a very satisfying accomplishment. Once you have them and use them you will never go back.
I have SRT on all my SIGs. Either from the factory or self installed.

Enjoy !!!!
 
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