SIG 365 trigger enhancement advice sought

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  • Coyote9

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    Just acquired a SIG 365 , the trigger is too far forward for me and the pull a little heavy, several flat trigger and spring mods out there. DOES anyone have experience or advice on this?
    Pretty above fair at shade tree mechanical and gunsmithing so self installed is preferred, also willing to spend bucks to get quality
    Thanks for any help
     

    Sasquatch

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    Just acquired a SIG 365 , the trigger is too far forward for me and the pull a little heavy, several flat trigger and spring mods out there. DOES anyone have experience or advice on this?
    Pretty above fair at shade tree mechanical and gunsmithing so self installed is preferred, also willing to spend bucks to get quality
    Thanks for any help

    Do you have the curved trigger, or the X-model?

    Just a heads up - the 365 FCU can be a finnicky pain. I took my FCU out of the grip module for cleaning & lube, stupid pin that holds the firing pin safety actuator came out partially (didn't loose it) and getting it all back together was fun. I would most certainly work on the thing above a container of some sort because there's a good number of dinky lil pieces. I found a pair of foreceps came in handy for holding on to certain parts while getting the pins back in helped.

    The trigger spring itself is pretty easy to pop out and replace if you can find a lighter spring. The trigger shoe itself should likewise not be all that hard to replace. The parts are all just too damn small.
     

    Coyote9

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    Do you have the curved trigger, or the X-model?

    Just a heads up - the 365 FCU can be a finnicky pain. I took my FCU out of the grip module for cleaning & lube, stupid pin that holds the firing pin safety actuator came out partially (didn't loose it) and getting it all back together was fun. I would most certainly work on the thing above a container of some sort because there's a good number of dinky lil pieces. I found a pair of foreceps came in handy for holding on to certain parts while getting the pins back in helped.

    The trigger spring itself is pretty easy to pop out and replace if you can find a lighter spring. The trigger shoe itself should likewise not be all that hard to replace. The parts are all just too damn small.
    currently curved, looking had at the m.carb,com flat trigger with steeper geometry than the sig flat and their spring package comes with options and a detailed video for installation.
    Great comment about the basin for work, exactly the sort of hands on experience I'd hoped for;)
     
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