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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.
Thanks
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