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Old 02-11-2019, 04:22 PM   #1
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W Engineering P938 Trigger Install on Micro 9 - Only eye candy

No performance improvement but just made it look ever so slightly sexier... and had to "make her mine" with my own touches. Never can leave anything alone

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Old 02-11-2019, 06:43 PM   #2
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Looks great, how long did it take to swap out?
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Never had swapped triggers before. It wasn't too bad. Took my time and watched the online video from Galloway while I did it. The longest part was probably me trying to be careful getting the new trigger back in and not marring it... although the coating is pretty darn good on it. The pin on the trigger was a little bit of a pain. Overall, probably took me an hour tops.
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Nice looking triggers, I put them in my Sig P238 and P998.
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I have one on my 938 and I also replaced a few factory springs with Galloway Springs. It did improve the trigger pull weight and itís been reliable.

https://gallowayprecision.com/sig-sa...-p238-pistols/

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Those are some nice looking triggers.
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Very nice!!
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Did you replace a steel trigger with a plastic one?
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Originally Posted by cmillirons View Post
Did you replace a steel trigger with a plastic one?
Original was aluminum, this one is aluminum too.
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No performance improvement but just made it look ever so slightly sexier... and had to "make her mine" with my own touches. Never can leave anything alone

BEFORE & AFTER:
OOOH wow! Prrrrretty!


'kay, total not-a-gunsmith question: this trigger fits the Micro 9 -- would it also fit the Micro .380 (I have NO idea how to tell!)

OH! Just read the comments at https://wengineeringusa.com/shop/p93...igger/#reviews :
Also work great on the Kimber Micro .380. You get the same Trigger improvements as you do with the Sig p238. Great job keep it up!

YUMMY! Now, my problem is: matte or shiny finish?!
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