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Matrix is selling aluminum main spring seats. They now have the short style. On eBay or their site.
 
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Matrix is a company I have not heard of before. Greymann, what do you know about them and the quality of their products?

www.MatrixPrecisionParts.com/SigParts/

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Thanks for that. For the price I couldn’t pass up a couple of the aluminum seats. IIRC I spent nearly $50 on one when Apex had a version.




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Matrix is a company I have not heard of before. Greymann, what do you know about them and the quality of their products?

www.MatrixPrecisionParts.com/SigParts/

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I don't know much but cheap enough to try...I'll measure and compare to a Sig part and let you know, they have been selling 80% frames and 80% 320 trigger group, and used Sig parts to finish there frames.
 
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I have within the last few weeks seen and purchased several of the aluminum p-series bases and they look and spec out very good.

I've had quite a few of the "Flork Boots" over the years and these are every bit as good.
The price is also very reasonable at $9.00ea & $3.00 shipping for the first one and .50ea for any more purchased on the same order.
 
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Interesting topic....I was unaware of any such aftermarket part(s) for SIGs.

What's a 'Flork Boot'? Wink


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Bought 6 of them from Matrix. Perfect fit and excellent quality.

He also offers the new short version. Also in ebay.

Doesn't do a thing the plastic one doesn't do, except make you smile 'cause you *know* it's just better!
 
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