Originally posted by FlaSigUser: I hope this is the proper place to ask this question to Mr. Gray or associates. I have been checking your web page for the last 3 months and the P-STR8 flat adjustable trigger has been out of stock. Will they be available in the future or is the EDC trigger kit replace the old P-STR8?
The P22X-ST triggers came back in stock today. Picked up a few, hope I don’t regret not ordering more. Who knows when they’ll sell out and come back in stock again.
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Originally posted by Jordonc2: Looking at a Grayguns straight trigger for my M1A11. Will the new trigger rest in the same position as current in double action? I do not want to add to the reach. Please advise.
Give the customer service team a call. Reach may be defined differently for people. The base of the trigger may be at the same point as stock, but since it is a straight trigger the reach may be longer for you coming from a curved trigger.
You may also want to inquire about the EDC SOT with the trigger bar. More expensive but a lot more value/performance.
You also have the option of the curved trigger with dual adjustments for pre and over-travel. Adjustments work the same as the straight.
When it comes to reach on the straight trigger, I'm confident Bruce made it as short as possible to meet the performance and safety requirements.
I have the laser-sculpted x-grip module. I contacted Grayguns to see if it were possible to send a TXG grip for sculpting. I was told no. I enquired if Grayguns would be offering the TXG in a sculpted version, but couldn't get a reply.
Originally posted by steve495: They are not set up to take in modules for sculpting, and there are no plans to do that in the future.
As I understand it they will be testing the process on the TGX module.
If you send an email to the customer service team via the website, that will be your best bet for a faster and more detailed reply.
I did email them, tried a few times, but no response. I think your answer covered it though, Steve. Thanks. I really do like the finished product that Grayguns sells for their "sculpted frame." It's attractive, and has a great grip without snagging.