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Stainless triggers for P238's

Discussion in 'Part & Accessory Classifieds' started by Partsproduction, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. Partsproduction

    Partsproduction Tillamook Oregon Active Member

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    We make stainless triggers to replace the plastic triggers that come in Sig P238's, and am about to start a run of stainless and high strength aluminum alloy main spring housings to replace the plasticrap ones that come with the guns. The triggers also fit Colt Mustangs, Government .380's, and Pocketlites.

    I'll post a notice when the MSH's are ready.

    Triggers;
    The cost is $40 for one stainless finish trigger, $50 for black finish
    because I have to pay extra to have that done. If you are buying MORE than
    one reduce the amount by $5 per trigger, I.E. $35 x 2 = $70 for two, or $35
    for one stainless finish plus $45 for one black, etc.
    The price includes shipping, so please don't add extra for shipping.

    An important note! We spray an anti corrosive compound on the triggers that
    must be removed, soak in gasoline away from flames or some other solvent
    before assembly please. Yes the triggers are "stainless" but they sit in
    storage
    for long periods and we coat all products against corrosion before placing
    in
    storage.

    Here is a video on installation;
    Sigstainlesstriggerinstallation - YouTube

    Contact me about payment.

    Or you can send a money order to;

    Tillamook Precision Inc.
    7610 Trask River rd.
    Tillamook, Oregon 97141
     
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2012
  2. cowboygraphics

    cowboygraphics Beaverton, OR Active Member

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    Good job on the video. Like that you showed recovering/adjusting to make it fit. The trigger looks great.
     
  3. CIPuyleart

    CIPuyleart La Center, WA Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Bookmarked and saved - I just may have to get one of these for my two-tone P238. Any idea when you'll have MSH available to go with it?
     
  4. Partsproduction

    Partsproduction Tillamook Oregon Active Member

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    No, I haven't decided whether to make them myself or farm it out. I have a CNC mill but a true VMC would do it more efficiently, and I don't have one of those. Here is a photo of the prototype;
    sig004.jpg
     
    Last edited: Mar 26, 2012
  5. bluecz97b

    bluecz97b Gresham Member

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    These triggers are great! I ordered mine on monday and had them on tuesday! This is the black trigger, I polished the sides. DSC00343.jpg

    DSC00343.jpg
     
  6. CIPuyleart

    CIPuyleart La Center, WA Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Ordered mine Friday, got it Monday. Haven't had a chance to put it in yet though. Hopefully this weekend.
     
  7. CIPuyleart

    CIPuyleart La Center, WA Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Got this installed on Saturday night - took me about 20 minutes including watching the youtube video again to make sure I was doing things right. Super-simple tear-down and reassembly. I just took things gentle on removing the pin (gentle taps) and things came out just fine with no bubba marks on my frame or pin. I've got some Hogue G10 Black/Gray Piranha grips that should arrive today in the mail - I'll get some better photos once I've got those installed as well.

    Before:
    DSCN1734_resize.jpg

    After: (I left the trigger au natural as I received it).
    2012-04-07_20-55-15_100.jpg
     
  8. Nate Gale

    Nate Gale New Member

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    Hi I just bought a P238. Do you still sell the stainless black triggers?