Have the same parts including 22lb recoil spr,im still at 6-7lbs,talked with Mcarbo,enclosed there reply,has anyone else had to this,my round count as of yesterday was 300,only 2 fte,and both were steel cased with dirty weapon,so very reliable,just nowhere near 4lb pullgrumpy,I second that motion. Have the kits in both my Micro9's with some trigger polishing work also. The pistols now have a great trigger. One has a 3.74 lb. and the other has a 4.38 lb. trigger pull. Also running Galloway slide springs. IMO this is the feel they should have came from the factory.
Thx Kinsey,might have to get back inside her,besides trigger bar,what parts do you polishSteven, I worked on my guns for a week at a time polishing every part that came in contact with one another. That and the springs made all the difference.
Agree completely.What kind of gun modification might be used in court against you?
I agree with the insignias/quotes/sayings that are questionable at best, but anyone can make anything scary and bad these days.I've looked at doing this modification on my Micro 9, but am concerned about modifications like this to a carry gun.
As a conceal carry license holder, I read as much as I can regarding the law and conceal carry and things that can get you in trouble. I'm not trying to be "downer" here but in general I have always been told you never want to modify a carry gun from stock.
What kind of gun modification might be used in court against you? Primarily these fall into two buckets:
1-Lightening a trigger to reduce trigger pull greatly.
2-Disengaging safety mechanisms
Other things to avoid are the popular "Spartan" insignias and any quotes or sayings or engravings like "kill them all".
I have Grayguns triggers on some of my target pistols. I'm thinking about sometimes carrying my Sig Legion with a Grayguns trigger from the factory but even then I'd have to think about it.
Again, not trying to tell anyone what they should do with their own gun...just sharing information.
Yeah, that's all on you, clearly stated in Kimber manual. It's all about preventing lawsuits and crap. For the record I don't think changing the sights was a problem.Just a side note, I just sent a Micro 9 back for feeding and eject failure. when I told kimber that I installed night sights and trigger kit they refused to even look at failure issues. Unless I paid then 165.00 to install factory trigger springs. in short, you void any warranty if you "upgrade". Even though those changes had NOTHING to do with feed or ejection. NICE
All true. I added one to my wife's Micro9 and it cut the weight by at least half. No issues to report. She now loves to shoot the pistol and is actually shooting very well.