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Grayguns offer precision upgrade components and in-house services for your SIG SAUER® AND we're the premier action-work specialists for HK pistols.

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HK P30 Straight Trigger
$89
The HK® P30 Straight Trigger is designed for hard use and competition to deliver performance and quality that will outlast your pistol.

Reduces gross over-travel allowing for shorter reset. Straight face for improved finger placement. Vertical, 90-degree wall for an optimal trigger break.






SIG P210-6 (Serial #P316864)
$4,000
This Swiss SIG P210-6 chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum is in excellent-plus, 98 percent condition.

Includes: Original box, Manual, Signed and dated test target, Two (2) magazines and original loading tool, Embroidered SIG patch
This is an outstanding example of a complete, collector-grade pistol.






SIG P-Series ELS (Enhanced Leverage System)
$159
Specifically designed for the SIG Sauer classic P-Series DA/SA pistols (not DAO/DAK). The ELS (Enhanced Leverage System) reduces DA and SA pull weights with dramatically improved pull characteristics.

Consists of our Straight or Hybrid Trigger – with dual adjustability for over-travel and pre-travel – mated to an enhanced, Custom-Designed Trigger Bar.






P365 Laser-Sculpted Grip Modules
Pricing varies between $85 and $165
If you are looking to upgrade your SIG Sauer P365, P365XL or P320, while providing a firm grip for carry or competition, this is an affordable way to get a customized module. (Looking for our custom Laser-Sculpted Grip Module – P365 Manual Safety System? Click here.)

Check out the different colors available! These modules are all hard to come by, so quantities are usually very limited.






P320 Trigger (Curved)
$65
The Grayguns P320 Curved Trigger is a drop-in, bar-stock, enhanced trigger for your SIG Sauer P320 that reduces trigger weight while preserving all mechanical safety values.

Reduces total trigger pull weight approximately 2 pounds below factory-stock for the standard series, and about 1.25 pounds for the X-Five variant.






Custom Captured Guide Rods for P226 and P220
$43 in stainless finish
Our Custom Captured Guide Rods – currently available for the SIG Sauer® P220 and P226 – is the captured version of our standard P220 and P226 guide rod.

This captured design allows for a longer spring life before replacement. Its high strength and durable spring make this guide rod truly a great system for those who want the maximum from their carry or duty weapon.






HK USP, HK45 Short Reset System
$85
Our Short Reset System for the HK USP and HK45 replicates the short reset conversion available in our in-house custom action work. Cut from bar stock steel, these kits provide an exacting fit for easy install.

The kit shortens the reset travel distance by about one-third, reduces trigger over-travel and reduces pull weight while maintaining all factory safety functions.

This kit is specific to the HK USP and HK45 models with or without a thumb safety, including DA/SA and LEM variations.






P-Series SAO Dual Adjustable Straight Trigger
$69
Machined from bar-stock steel, the P-Series Single Action Only (SAO) Dual Adjustable Straight Trigger includes over travel and pre-travel adjustability.

The trigger is designed to fit both current and older model single action only P-Series pistols, including: P220, P226, P229 and others. These triggers are approximately 10mm wide.

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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?


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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?

The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


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Will the straight trigger drop in to a P226 previously worked on by GGI? It had the Reduced Reset Carry Package and SIG Short Reset Trigger done.

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Will the straight trigger drop in to a P226 previously worked on by GGI? It had the Reduced Reset Carry Package and SIG Short Reset Trigger done.

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Bruce

Yes, it certainly should. Thank you! -B




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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?

The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


Steve, I know that the competition kit comes with competition springs (I own a few spring kits myself), however, I am just wondering if there are any differences in the sears themselves? If not, theoretically, I could revert my pistol back to the SD setup if I chose to do so (eg. replacing the standard springs). Thanks!


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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?

The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


Steve, I know that the competition kit comes with competition springs (I own a few spring kits myself), however, I am just wondering if there are any differences in the sears themselves? If not, theoretically, I could revert my pistol back to the SD setup if I chose to do so (eg. replacing the standard springs). Thanks!


Yes, the sears are physically cut differently.


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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?

The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


Steve, I know that the competition kit comes with competition springs (I own a few spring kits myself), however, I am just wondering if there are any differences in the sears themselves? If not, theoretically, I could revert my pistol back to the SD setup if I chose to do so (eg. replacing the standard springs). Thanks!


Yes, the sears are physically cut differently.


Steve, that makes sense. Thanks for the clarification.

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What's the progress on P320's that have had the GrayGuns love (competition action package), as well as later PELT installation? Are these going to be serviced to make them "drop safe"? I hesitate to send a modified gun like this back to SIG for their standard mods.
 
 
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The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


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Do you have the expected trigger pull weights for competition vs duty kits? Both DA/SA.
 
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In development, but no ETA.


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What's the progress on P320's that have had the GrayGuns love (competition action package), as well as later PELT installation? Are these going to be serviced to make them "drop safe"? I hesitate to send a modified gun like this back to SIG for their standard mods.
 


This is a Classifieds thread, and not really appropriate for questions outside the thread's topic. That said, you should have received an email on the topic. That information was also posted on the Grayguns website. When additional information is available, the website will be updated and you'll receive an email. The are working on it.


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The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


Steve,
Do you have the expected trigger pull weights for competition vs duty kits? Both DA/SA.


I expect it will vary depending on the gun, but they have not provided me with that information. They have been installing kits on guns for a couple of months, so maybe someone will provide a report.


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Any idea when the drop in HK p-series bits on display at the NRA show might become available?
 
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Bruce,

Anything more about the fire control kit you mentioned in the post below? There's nothing on your web site.




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I think Grayguns would like to keep this thread specific to the items listed in the first post of the thread. As for additional products released in the future, you can consider anything you've seen but not yet released as "in development, with no current ETA."

The small, dedicated staff continue to work on new products. I think the consensus is they want to avoid promises for release dates in the future. Under promise, over deliver. When stuff is released, they will not be hiding it. Sign up for the email newsletter at the Grayguns site and/or watch the website.


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Are you doing any 1911 work again? I've got a Colt 1911 that was given to me by a dear friend that passed away a couple years ago. I can think of no more fitting tribute than to have a premier smith give it some love. Any chance you'd take on such a project now?



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What's the progress on P320's that have had the GrayGuns love (competition action package), as well as later PELT installation? Are these going to be serviced to make them "drop safe"? I hesitate to send a modified gun like this back to SIG for their standard mods.


This is a Classifieds thread, and not really appropriate for questions outside the thread's topic.


That has a 'topic shortcut' in the pistols section... for discussion.

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Originally posted by hlb14:
Any idea when the drop in HK p-series bits on display at the NRA show might become available?


I think Grayguns would like to keep this thread specific to the items listed in the first post of the thread.


Bruce's first post, first sentence:

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More information on Grayguns products and services can be found at our website - https://grayguns.com. We offer precision upgrade components and in-house services for your SIG SAUER® pistol AND we're the premier action-work specialists for HK pistols.


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