DA pull is stiff. Weapon has less than 200 rounds. I’m not necessarily looking to drop the weight at all, just smooth it out. It feels almost gritty feeling.
Would a light polishing on the hammer strut smooth things out at all?
I am not able to give advise on stoning of the internals
But LOTS of dry firing has always given me good results
It just takes a while
Sometimes detail stripping, cleaning, and relubricating the internals can help with a gritty feeling. I've experienced that with the 226's I have used for matches. But the seat of the hammer strut and (to a lesser extent) the shaft that passes through the mainspring are places that you can lightly polish to help improve that as well.
"Don't be a chicken fornicator." - Clint Smith
A dremel with a buffing pad and paste on anything that touches helps. You only want to polish, not remove material. Smooths things out.
More than a few, less than others!
If your not experienced you can do more harm than good. Best bet would to send to Robert Burke: "the Sig armorer" or send to Sig for action enhancement.
[QUOTE]Originally posted by JAFO:
Sometimes detail stripping, cleaning, and relubricating the internals can help with a gritty feeling.
Just doing what JAFO said makes a huge difference. There is a lot of dirt and preservative on the parts as they come from assembly. Clean, degrease and reassemble using plenty of TW25B or other good quality grease and the action will be noticeably better.
Originally posted by Psychobastard:
Well, we "gave them democracy"... not unlike giving a monkey a loaded gun.
Thanks guys. I appreciate all the feedback and responses
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