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Has anybody got any experience with the P365 Mcarbo spring kit? I was thinking about installing it the same time as a factory flat trigger.


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Done on one of my P365s. Not difficult to install and slightly better trigger pull weight (by feel only). Can't hurt. I had previously installed the Sig Flat trigger, but replaced it with the GreyGuns flat trigger on both of my P365s.



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I did go ahead and order the spring kit and trigger. Hope it turns out good.


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Be aware that that kit includes a lightened striker spring, and some users have experienced misfires with hard primers.

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Mcarbo mag springs fixed a plagued Rem 597 that flat out would not run! Great company to deal with. Good luck with your project, hope you get the results I did!
 
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MCarbo did the trigger work on my P-07. Excellent work!


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I put it in my P365 along with the factory flat trigger. I got some light primer strikes, so I put the stock striker spring back in. It runs like a top now, great shooter and great trigger. Thousands of rounds through her and not a hiccup.
 
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