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Old 12-09-2017, 10:46 AM   #1
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Micro Trigger Pin Removal

Doing a complete disassembly and cleaning in my Micro this morning. Last remaining item is removing the trigger. The only video in YouTube was the Sig238 and it indicates the pin comes out from right to left. Mine is not budging. Actually looks like the direction might be left to right just looking at pin.

Anyone know the proper direction ?
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I heard you got snowed in the other day. Are you bored or just trying to void your warrenty?
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It comes out of the left side. Fast forward to the 6:19 part of video.

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Originally Posted by Cucamonga kid View Post
I heard you got snowed in the other day. Are you bored or just trying to void your warrenty?
Haaaa !
Yea, we got a dusting and the entire city went crazy 🙃
Went to range yesterday and had 4 failures to return to battery with the Micro. I think I know what's causing it but as I was taking down and inspecting, it really could use a good full disassembly cleaning so, just returned from finishing up Christmas shopping and ready to dive in !!
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Originally Posted by Marshall View Post
It comes out of the left side. Fast forward to the 6:19 part of video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSUncgk6QUc
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Merci' Beaucoup !!
Pas de problème mon frère.
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Old 12-09-2017, 03:48 PM   #7
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Ok, never got the trigger pin removed so I stopped at that point and cleaned everything. Also polished on some things this afternoon. Been studying on some of the parts and believe my extractor is clocking. There are some signs of that on the firing pin stop.

Stopping for now to get ready to head out to company Christmas party. Starting happy hour now 😎

Will it ever get back together correctly after a night with Jack 😳
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Everything looks nice and clean, I’m sure you get it back together, just not tonight.
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I detail strip my guns once a year but I never carry a gun I've just put back together until I've had it to the range and shot it. You just never know.......
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I detail strip my guns once a year but I never carry a gun I've just put back together until I've had it to the range and shot it. You just never know.......
I feel the same way even after I partially take our's apart for a simple cleaning. I try to run some snap caps through after, but I still feel better after the 1st Range trip. I changed our spring and guide rod out but felt so much better after that first magazine went through it.
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