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P-Shims are $7 each (free shipping) to USA, additional P-Shims, on same order, are $6.50 each. Please PM me to order.

P-Shims fit Sig P-2XX pistols and fit between the decocking lever and frame to smooth function and prevent scratching. https://youtu.be/RTS-zQH6Kl0 for instructions, (should also come up if you search "P Shim Installation").

Most Sigs will take the .008" thick P-Shim, a few tighter guns may require the thinner .005" P-Shim. Order the thickest shim that will fit. You can check fit with a feeler gauge by slipping it under the decock lever from the front towards the rear of grip. It should slip in smoothly until it hits the decock pivot bearing. If you don't have a feeler gauge handy, you can make a "close enough" .008" gauge by folding heavy duty aluminum foil 3 times to arrive at 8 layers, smoothing folds down with a spoon. If you order an .008" and it doesn't fit, you can exchange it for the price of a return postage stamp - shipping on replacement is still free and your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Note: An installation tip from a customer, not in the video linked above, insert an empty magazine before removing the decocker spring, this will hold the decocker bearing shaft in place so you don't have to hold your finger against it.

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The shims make a significant improvement to the smoothness of the decocking lever - bumper is the real deal and a true gentleman to deal with!
 
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Sending you an email now. Thanks.

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Went in the mail today, though it won't get picked up until tomorrow. Happy New Year (well, I guess it can't get a heck of a lot worse, huh?) to all!
 
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Do these work on the P239?
IIRC, most 'Classic' P-series parts are a no-go on the 239.




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Do these work on the P239?
IIRC, most 'Classic' P-series parts are a no-go on the 239.


Yes Sir, the P-Shim works on the P239! I have them on both mine, 9 & 40/357.
 
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P-Shims are great and bumper is an outstanding guy.

The .008" shims work best for Sig factory and E-2 grips. Have them on P220s P226s and a P227.

The .005" shims work best for Sigs with aluminum grips. Either side or European mag release.

(Don't have any G10 Sigs, maybe someone can chime in to make the decision easier for one who has G10s.)

Great product that works as designed.




 
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Got mine in the mail yesterday. Thanks and glad you are doing well.


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Got mine in the mail yesterday. Thanks and glad you are doing well.


Just wired you the money for the additional shims


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Got mine in the mail yesterday. Thanks and glad you are doing well.


Just wired you the money for the additional shims


Thank you for the repeat order, Sunday, so in the mail first thing tomorrow.
 
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I just received mine in the mail today. Wow. What a difference. It tightens it right up and it’s smooth as silk. Thank you bumper.
 
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Bumper just received my shims
Today once again Ty!!!
 
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Got mine. P-Shims are awesome. Thanks Bumper!
 
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Sending you an email. I'd like to buy one from you. Smile


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Received my P-Shims today and had a few minutes to spare, so I installed one. Very impressed! Really smoothes out the de-cocker motion.

Thanks, Bumper. Great dealing with you!
 
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Bump. Electric/hydraulic press with C-Frame punch used to make the P-Shim.

 
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Bump for bumper. Guys, get yourself some P-Shims.
 
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received the p-shims

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