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Sig Sauer P238 Trigger and Sig Sauer P938 Trigger Spring Kit

Sig Sauer P238 / P938 Trigger Spring Kit (277777888979)

4.71 stars, based on 28 reviews
Sig Sauer P238 / P938 Trigger Spring Kit Consists of 2 custom designed and manufactured springs:Lighter Hammer SpringLighter Firing Pin Spring The Sig Sauer P238 & P938 Trigger Spring Kit will give you a reliable trigger pull reduction with a...
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I installed the spring kit for my p938 and it made a nice improvement. Not dramatic, since my 938 came from Sig already having a pretty light pull and I had installed a Gray Guns aluminum trigger so I was getting about 4.5 lbs. before the spring install.

Now it’s around 3.75. - Beautiful!

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Always have loved my P938. Found this while looking for improvements for some others guns and figured I would try it. What an amazing improvement to a gun I thought was about perfect. For this price you simply can not go wrong. Super easy install as well.

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I bought this for my first 938 and love it took it down to 2 1/2# so of course when I get another 938 I’m going to put them in it now too. Also did your 10 22 spring for like 15$ and it was well worth not having to buy a kidd drop in assembly for 200$ Now I wondering if the m9 trigger kit is worth it! I really pleased with yalls stuff and want it in everything I have



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Austin, TX

Awesome mod

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My P238 trigger wasn't bad but not great either. Together with the polishing kit, the new spring set makes the trigger feel like a true 1911 (what I'm used to). Significantly improved first shot placement and group size.

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Did not perform as advertised

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I have a 938 with roughly a 7.5 lb trigger pull, which I got the trigger spring kit from MCarbo for the 938/238. I swapped both the hammer spring and firing pin spring and only dropped down to roughly 5.5 lb pull, so only a reduction of 2 lbs. Granted it did reduce the trigger pull weight but not to the advertised trigger pull weight of 2.5 lbs which is what I was looking for.

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