I am thinking of trading my Custom P6, Looking for something different. Like a Nighthawk, Wilson or Ed Brown 45 1911. X5 P226, other unusual pistols.
Sig P6 Custom work.
Robar Np3 finish slide, internal parts and barrel cannot find receipt.
Custom grips again, misplaced receipt.
Night sights are still bright.
SSP Service Have receipt from Sig.
• Full disassembly of pistols down to frame and slide
• Complete detailed cleaning (ultrasonic)
• Expert factory inspection of all critical components
• Replacement of springs (recoil, slide catch lever, trigger bar, decocking lever)
• Reassembly and lubrication to factory specifications
• Installation of SIGLITE® Factory Night Sights
• Function test
AEP Service Have receipt from Sig.
• Hone and polish critical surfaces
• Lighten and smooth both DA and SA trigger pulls
What SIG does with the AEP primarily involves smoothing and polishing any roughness out of the trigger parts that affect the DA trigger pull. The biggest improvement will be in the DA trigger pull. If you were to pull your trigger ten thousand times, you'd probably have close to what the AEP does to your pistol. If they can improve the SA trigger break, they'll do a traditional "trigger job" that corrects the sear/hammer interface by squaring up the engagement, lessening that engagement, and polishing the engaging surfaces. One other important area of attention is the firing pin block and the safety lever. Smoothing out the stamping/machining marks from those two parts does wonders to remove the staging effect of both trigger pulls.
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