I decided to use a P320 upgrade kit that includes a bit stronger trigger spring. Problem is when I slide the trigger in the MUP and snap in the trigger to the trigger bar, the spring tension pushes the trigger out to the side and dislodges the trigger. The line-up of the spring looks OK to me, and I have shaved off a bit in the trigger pivot hole to straighten the trigger. What may be the issue?
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Welcome to the forum. I have a question for you, what is a "MUP"? and what part and how much did you "shaved off" the trigger pivot hole to make the "upgrade" parts to fit? Most if not all of these are drop-in, or plug-and play parts, you should not have to do any "gunsmithing" to your P320. Pictures would help to resolve the issues. Can you put back the original parts and function test the weapon?
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