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Looks like the Grayguns flat and curved trigger finally landed on its site complete with installation video. Again, this part alone acts a bit like a Glock 3.5lb connector and can take almost two pounds off of the pull. He also been working on a custom sear and sear springs but I didn't see those yet. Hey, it's progress!
https://grayguns.com/product/c...s-p320-trigger-pelt/

 
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Measured results of installing each trigger and spring? Numbers are important too.


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Recommended for carry, or competition only?

Not sure if the reduced weight puts it into comp only territory.
 
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Love the video. Can't wait to try one of these!


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Great video!! I can't wait to try one of these out.
 
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Originally posted by Rustpot:
Recommended for carry, or competition only?

Not sure if the reduced weight puts it into comp only territory.


I may be wrong, but I wouldn't think that the flat trigger would be "production" legal...


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Originally posted by Rustpot:
Recommended for carry, or competition only?

Not sure if the reduced weight puts it into comp only territory.


I may be wrong, but I wouldn't think that the flat trigger would be "production" legal...


Read the description in the above link...


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Originally posted by tha1000:
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Originally posted by Rustpot:
Recommended for carry, or competition only?

Not sure if the reduced weight puts it into comp only territory.


I may be wrong, but I wouldn't think that the flat trigger would be "production" legal...


Read the description in the above link...


"Curved-face style approved for USPSA Production competition"

then to the previous poster's concern, I wouldn't think the trigger is designed for the competition market only.


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"Shoot with a straight face, or go with the curved-face design which is USPSA Production division legal."

The way I read it, only the curved face is production legal.
 
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Recommended for carry, or competition only?

Not sure if the reduced weight puts it into comp only territory.


I may be wrong, but I wouldn't think that the flat trigger would be "production" legal...


You are correct. At this time the flat trigger would not be considered Production legal because it is not available on any P320 that is produced by Sig and on the approved Production gun list by USPSA.

The curved trigger matches the profile of the stock P320 trigger so that one would be legal.

If the P320 Target, X5, whatever Sig calls it hits the market and gets added to the approved Production gun list then the flat trigger would be OK.
 
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Installing just the trigger should be okay for carry/duty use. If you start changing out sears and springs then it would be better for competition only.
 
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The flat trigger would still be OK for Limited and 3-gun until the X5 is added to the list.


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Yea, sign me up for one of these.


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I need one of each.


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One of my P320s has a seriously terrible factory trigger. When dry-firing, the trigger breaks, and then before it stops it has a very prominent click, almost like it's breaking again. I understand there are many 320s with this issue.. is there any chance the PELT will fix that issue for me?




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Watch the movie that is on Gray's site about the new trigger. It may answer your question.

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It sure did! Thanks.




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I'm going to watch the video later tonight but thoughts on this vs. an Apex? I.e. should I plan to sell my Apex and order a PELT?
 
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As I understand things:
An Apex kit is just about mandatory for a S&W M&P pistol. What Gray Gun is preparing to sell is a trigger, spring, and pin that will improve the trigger leverage of a SIG P320 so that the required trigger force is about two pounds-force less than required force out-of-the-box. Both kits (for quite different pistols) are well worth the cost and effort to install.

I may not understand the question. Mac


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