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Offline viking499

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Re: My P01 very simple solution for trigger bite
« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2019, 08:51:21 AM »
Fair enough, each to there own.

If I remember without looking at it........

1.  Drive out trigger pin
2.  Take trigger spring loose (or do that before #1.  Would have to be looking at it to remember)
3.  Push trigger and trigger bar up into frame.
4.  Push top trigger small pin over and take a pair of needle nose to remove pin the rest of the way.
5.  Old trigger out, new trigger in.
6.  Needle nose and small pin back in.
7.  Install CGW trigger pin (well worth the price)
8.  Make sure trigger sprimg is in its correct location.

That's basically all there is to it.  As I said, there might be a few things in the wrong order........my recliner is not very conducive to deep thinking and remembering this time of the evening. ;)

You did it on a decocker and not a safety model correct?

Yep.  Same process for either one.

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Re: My P01 very simple solution for trigger bite
« Reply #16 on: May 13, 2019, 08:17:03 AM »
How do you get trigger from under disconnect and out ? I looked it over but have try again if need to another one, may change hammer later. It will need full dissembling again. Good experience I know how to do it. I did polish things when it was apart so guess it was worth it. I shot it Saturday it?s great no trigger slap with spring change also lighter trigger pull. Happy with results.
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Re: My P01 very simple solution for trigger bite
« Reply #17 on: June 24, 2019, 04:30:15 AM »
That shrink wrap/tube on the trigger is a good idea.  Quick, easy and easily removeable if you decide to go back to stock.  Or easy to replace if it gets damaged.

Thank you sir!  Funny enough I noticed it came off even though I used the adhesive shrink and never even noticed! But this time I went 2 layers and let it hang over the tip just a tad and it was much improved and I like it better than the single piece FYI to anyone trying to do it.
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Re: My P01 very simple solution for trigger bite
« Reply #18 on: June 24, 2019, 04:37:18 AM »
Fair enough, each to there own.

If I remember without looking at it........

1.  Drive out trigger pin
2.  Take trigger spring loose (or do that before #1.  Would have to be looking at it to remember)
3.  Push trigger and trigger bar up into frame.
4.  Push top trigger small pin over and take a pair of needle nose to remove pin the rest of the way.
5.  Old trigger out, new trigger in.
6.  Needle nose and small pin back in.
7.  Install CGW trigger pin (well worth the price)
8.  Make sure trigger sprimg is in its correct location.

That's basically all there is to it.  As I said, there might be a few things in the wrong order........my recliner is not very conducive to deep thinking and remembering this time of the evening. ;)

You did it on a decocker and not a safety model correct?

Yep.  Same process for either one.

I am waiting to hear your reply to that gentleman?s question as I?m very curious as to whether or not I want to attempt this!!!!  I?m afraid to say that you may have to get out of your comfortable recliner :)

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Re: My P01 very simple solution for trigger bite
« Reply #19 on: June 24, 2019, 04:56:19 AM »
OOPS! Won?t fire now as it?s a bit too thick and stops trigger at the very far back position! Never realized what a small tolerance (clearance) it has in the farthest back position right before it fires but I don?t believe you could slide a razor blade in there lol.

Tip: Once it shrinks wait a few seconds so you don?t burn yourself and before it cools down you can grab it with your fingers and slide it to any position you want and it?s a lot easier doing it that way while it?s still warm. I left two layers but was unable to let it hang over a tad like I wanted but 2 layers still improved the bite.

Update: I cannot in good conscience recommend two layers and I went back to one. I spent an hour trying every different size and at best it?s a perfect fit in the far back position and if anything at all even a grain of sand got wedged in there it would prevent it from firing. I?m afraid one strip is as good as it gets but still does an excellent job!
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Re: My P01 very simple solution for trigger bite
« Reply #20 on: June 24, 2019, 05:29:58 AM »
https://imgur.com/gallery/SXHYS2j

New longer piece covers entire trigger

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My P01 very simple solution for trigger bite
« Reply #21 on: June 28, 2019, 09:20:45 PM »
Fair enough, each to there own.

If I remember without looking at it........

1.  Drive out trigger pin
2.  Take trigger spring loose (or do that before #1.  Would have to be looking at it to remember)
3.  Push trigger and trigger bar up into frame.
4.  Push top trigger small pin over and take a pair of needle nose to remove pin the rest of the way.
5.  Old trigger out, new trigger in.
6.  Needle nose and small pin back in.
7.  Install CGW trigger pin (well worth the price)
8.  Make sure trigger sprimg is in its correct location.

That's basically all there is to it.  As I said, there might be a few things in the wrong order........my recliner is not very conducive to deep thinking and remembering this time of the evening. ;)

You did it on a decocker and not a safety model correct?


I’ve personally removed and swapped out the curved triggers on a few of them without removing the sear cages.
Some I didn’t even take the trigger bar out of the gun.
Guns were both decocker and safety models.
Rami, SP-01, P-01, 75B SA

Have the correct punch for the trigger pin, a pair of tweezers, some light grease to hold the small silver trigger bar pin in place while you push the trigger back down into the frame so you can then install the trigger pin.
It’s a pretty quick and easy job, really just a matter of holding the gun to the right, left, straight up at the correct times during the process.
The CGW old style 85 trigger is the way to go in my opinion and available in black now as well which it wasn’t when I was doing mine.

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Re: My P01 very simple solution for trigger bite
« Reply #22 on: July 01, 2019, 12:51:47 PM »
85 combat all day long. Pay a smith if you have to. I did.


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