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We hope you, your friends and family have a wonderful and cheerful holiday season. Through Dec. 24, we are offering a 10% discount on almost* all of our Grayguns in-stock products and services.

We are also offering free shipping on orders more than $100 when you place the order online. No coupons are required, and your savings will be reflected in your cart at checkout.

Trigger control is the most important fundamental of marksmanship. That's why we focus on designing and creating the best aftermarket triggers and components for many SIG and HK handguns. We ensure factory safety values remain in place while providing a smooth, and in many cases reduced pull weight, for our triggers and kits.

Looking for even better performance? Have the team at Grayguns install your components and hand-fit parts for an even better experience. We're offering a 10% discount on in-house installations for those who sign up by Dec. 24.

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*10% discount is valid for all in-stock Grayguns merchandise except for those in the following categories: Firearms, Custom Slides, Compensators, Bruce's Garage and non-Grayguns products. No rain checks. Can not be combined with any other offer or coupon. No coupon stacking. Discount valid for online purchases only. Sorry, no phone orders. Free shipping offer includes standard, First Class mail with tracking.

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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?


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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?

The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


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Will the straight trigger drop in to a P226 previously worked on by GGI? It had the Reduced Reset Carry Package and SIG Short Reset Trigger done.

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Will the straight trigger drop in to a P226 previously worked on by GGI? It had the Reduced Reset Carry Package and SIG Short Reset Trigger done.

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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?

The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


Steve, I know that the competition kit comes with competition springs (I own a few spring kits myself), however, I am just wondering if there are any differences in the sears themselves? If not, theoretically, I could revert my pistol back to the SD setup if I chose to do so (eg. replacing the standard springs). Thanks!


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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?

The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


Steve, I know that the competition kit comes with competition springs (I own a few spring kits myself), however, I am just wondering if there are any differences in the sears themselves? If not, theoretically, I could revert my pistol back to the SD setup if I chose to do so (eg. replacing the standard springs). Thanks!


Yes, the sears are physically cut differently.


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Nice kit Bruce. Only one question, what is the difference in the SD sear vs the competition sear?

The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


Steve, I know that the competition kit comes with competition springs (I own a few spring kits myself), however, I am just wondering if there are any differences in the sears themselves? If not, theoretically, I could revert my pistol back to the SD setup if I chose to do so (eg. replacing the standard springs). Thanks!


Yes, the sears are physically cut differently.


Steve, that makes sense. Thanks for the clarification.

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No P239 love?


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What's the progress on P320's that have had the GrayGuns love (competition action package), as well as later PELT installation? Are these going to be serviced to make them "drop safe"? I hesitate to send a modified gun like this back to SIG for their standard mods.
 
 
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The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


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Do you have the expected trigger pull weights for competition vs duty kits? Both DA/SA.
 
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In development, but no ETA.


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What's the progress on P320's that have had the GrayGuns love (competition action package), as well as later PELT installation? Are these going to be serviced to make them "drop safe"? I hesitate to send a modified gun like this back to SIG for their standard mods.
 


This is a Classifieds thread, and not really appropriate for questions outside the thread's topic. That said, you should have received an email on the topic. That information was also posted on the Grayguns website. When additional information is available, the website will be updated and you'll receive an email. The are working on it.


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The competition sear offers a lighter single action pull weight acceptable for competition and range use only.


Steve,
Do you have the expected trigger pull weights for competition vs duty kits? Both DA/SA.


I expect it will vary depending on the gun, but they have not provided me with that information. They have been installing kits on guns for a couple of months, so maybe someone will provide a report.


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Any idea when the drop in HK p-series bits on display at the NRA show might become available?
 
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Bruce,

Anything more about the fire control kit you mentioned in the post below? There's nothing on your web site.




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I think Grayguns would like to keep this thread specific to the items listed in the first post of the thread. As for additional products released in the future, you can consider anything you've seen but not yet released as "in development, with no current ETA."

The small, dedicated staff continue to work on new products. I think the consensus is they want to avoid promises for release dates in the future. Under promise, over deliver. When stuff is released, they will not be hiding it. Sign up for the email newsletter at the Grayguns site and/or watch the website.


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Are you doing any 1911 work again? I've got a Colt 1911 that was given to me by a dear friend that passed away a couple years ago. I can think of no more fitting tribute than to have a premier smith give it some love. Any chance you'd take on such a project now?



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What's the progress on P320's that have had the GrayGuns love (competition action package), as well as later PELT installation? Are these going to be serviced to make them "drop safe"? I hesitate to send a modified gun like this back to SIG for their standard mods.


This is a Classifieds thread, and not really appropriate for questions outside the thread's topic.


That has a 'topic shortcut' in the pistols section... for discussion.

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Any idea when the drop in HK p-series bits on display at the NRA show might become available?


I think Grayguns would like to keep this thread specific to the items listed in the first post of the thread.


Bruce's first post, first sentence:

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More information on Grayguns products and services can be found at our website - https://grayguns.com. We offer precision upgrade components and in-house services for your SIG SAUER® pistol AND we're the premier action-work specialists for HK pistols.


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