|boati ||07-18-2019 11:48 AM |
Sig P938's trigger pivot pin is a press fit,
needs to be pushed out with a hydraulic press and it's in the gun the opposite way that the video shows. The guy says that about 5% of them are in backwards. The hole in the frame is smaller on one side. It's not a tapered pin. What a crock. No damned reason for this bs at all. Her smith charged her $20 just to remove that pin. Took 10 minutes of press set up. She made the specialized drift punch for that 1/16" pin. Sig should fix this lack of a trigger overtravel stop, the too-tight trigger pin and the safety-lever location, angle and shape issues They would not have to up the retail price more than $50 to correct these two problems and then they'd have a truly fine little ccw pistol.
|boati ||07-18-2019 11:50 AM |
I'm sorely tempted to get the Sig .22 unit for the P938, and make it run, just to show up some bungler here.
|BigBassMan ||07-18-2019 04:36 PM |
Proper punch, hammer, bench block an two taps an it is out. So easy a cave man could do it. Did the drugs blind you?
|boati ||07-22-2019 10:33 AM |
he used a nail set even, and hit it hard. The guy who makes the trigger says that most of them have to be pressed out. On top of that, the pos maker of the trigger is too chintzy to provide the proper allen wrench with the trigger and it's so damned small that nobody carries it. He's charging $35 for a $5 part, and can't include a 50c allen wrench!
|John in AR ||07-22-2019 12:35 PM |
I don't own a 938 and have never swapped a trigger in one, but in this video it looks fairly straightforward. Could be some of them just stick. :shrugs:
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