Sig 238 Trigger

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  1. Cougfan2

    Cougfan2
    Hillsboro, OR
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    I have been doing a little dry fire practice with my new 238 prior to being able to get out to the range and one thing I have noticed is that the bottom edge of the trigger is pretty sharp. I can see this getting painful after a long range session. I was thinking about trying to round off the bottom edge of the trigger just a little, but after looking at it, I'm not sure what material it is.

    I think it is aluminum, but I have also heard that the Sig 238 triggers are polymer. Anyone know?
     
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  2. wombat

    wombat
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    ... P238 triggers are plastic. And I think hollow at that ...

    Hissoldier, on thehighroad.org, has made a CNC replacement trigger, maybe he still has some ...
    Stainless trigger P238 - THR

    Look at this thread on the 1911 forum, might be just what you need?
    http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=331060

    cosem9242 (on this forum) might also have some comment on the P238 trigger ... he posted a trigger swap Sep 2011.


    thanks
    Chris
     
  3. Cougfan2

    Cougfan2
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    Wombat, THANKS!!! I now remember seeing something a while back on the 1911 forum regarding Sig 238 replacement triggers. I'll contact PartsProduction.
     
  4. XSubSailor

    XSubSailor
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    I replaced mine with one for the Colt Mustang. I bought it at Brownell's and it's a drop-in replacement.
     
  5. wombat

    wombat
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    ... Colt did sell the rights and machinery to SIG Sauer to make the P238. So long as the trigger pivot pins come out and go back in ...
    Brownell's also have a Pro Spring kit for the Colt 380 ...
     

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