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Hello,
I have a P227, I wanted to replace the thin trigger with mid-sized trigger, saw that GGI had the adjustable PSAIT triggers on sale so I got one. I had a local guy replace it and it seems to work fine except... on single action the trigger has rearward creep before tripping the sear. The stock trigger didn't as it was crisp. I am not sure if this is just something that needs to be adjusted out (if so not sure how) or it is normal for the product.

Any thoughts?

Thank,

Tony
 
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Hi! Please call Grayguns Inc. Customer Service for assistance on your PSAIT adjustment issue. While our trigger does not affect sear engagement at all, reduced or misadjusted over travel can induce sear release issues which would not be noticeable with the stock over travel of your original trigger. We can’t adequately diagnose this here. Do not load or fire this pistol until this issue has been resolved and inspected for safety by a qualified gunsmith. Thanks!

-Bruce

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Hello and thanks.
I shouldn't have said "tripping the sear" as if I knew what I was talking about Smile just meant when the gun fired.
I will call.
thanks,
Tony
 
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