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Old January 10th, 2018, 02:57 AM #101
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Just got mine back, I see no difference in the trigger
Well throw it on the ground and see what happens! KIDDING KIDDING

Ya'll ain't making me real confident in bothering to be without my 320 and the one conversion kit I have - yes they want both, but have yet to email me over a month now...
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Old January 12th, 2018, 07:36 PM #102
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Just got mine back today, just about 2 weeks since I sent it in. I really do not feel any difference with the trigger when dry firing the handgun. Also got a coupon for 25% (or was it 20%) off on Sig gear. Maybe I'll check out one of the Romeo red dot sights.

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Old January 19th, 2018, 02:19 PM #103
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Just got mine back today, just about 2 weeks since I sent it in. I really do not feel any difference with the trigger when dry firing the handgun. Also got a coupon for 25% (or was it 20%) off on Sig gear. Maybe I'll check out one of the Romeo red dot sights.

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You may wanna consider an Caliber X-Change Kit too if you're in the market.
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Old January 19th, 2018, 02:42 PM #104
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Got my RMA Label. Guess I'm taking the plunge Quick lil tip for those who have Caliber X-Change kits. The email Sig sends says "Send in just your pistol at this time," however, if you checked the box that says you had X-Change Kits, you're supposed to send in both the pistol and any X-Change kits you have, in the same box. That was confusing to me, so I called and asked, and that's the answer I got, straight from Sig. Hope this helps someone. --JB
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How have you all been packing everything up? I have one exchange kit to include... Do seem to believe they would need the multiple grip modules I have ?
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Old January 19th, 2018, 03:44 PM #106
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Just got mine back, I see no difference in the trigger
Before I sent mine in, there was a similar feel to the trigger by just repeatedly pulling the trigger during dry firing.

Since I've got mine back, after the initial firing pin drop while dry firing, nothing happens. The trigger pull was slightly lower on mine after I got it back but it has a very similar feel.

For those on the fence about sending it back, why not? It didn't cost me anything and I got a coupon for the website. I dropped mine off on Friday and picked it up 7 days later.
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How have you all been packing everything up? I have one exchange kit to include... Do seem to believe they would need the multiple grip modules I have ?
They are not messing with the grip module at all. They are only modifying the trigger control group and the slide.
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Sent in last Friday with conversion kit. No issue at FedEx, used the same approach as others, placed in Sig original case, carried into FedEx in reusable grocery bag, placed in there box and off it went.

On the return end, it will be coming to my house and will have to sign for it? Does FedEx communicate on day and time of arrival? Will I have to take the entire day off?
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I kept an eye on the Tracking info they provided and made arrangements to be around the day of delivery.
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Upgrade complete. February 9th dropped off at FedEx, returned February 22.

Does feel different. Slightly smoother and slight lighter at break. During dry fire I noticed that in order to get a break, or click after the first trigger pull the slide had to be cycled. Previously, a different break or click was present without slide racking. Will get out to the range soon?

Fed Ex did a good job with my request to delay delivery until after 5. They came in a special vehicle just before 6
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