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Old August 15th, 2017, 07:57 AM #1
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Sig Sauer P320 trigger replacement program

Here is the link to the P320 trigger replacement page on Sig's website. They will pay for shipping both ways. They say they will start e-mailing labels in a few weeks once they have enough parts stocked up to start making the replacements and will have your gun for 4-6 weeks once they send you the return label.

https://www.sigsauer.com/support/p32...grade-program/
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Here is the link to the P320 trigger replacement page on Sig's website. They will pay for shipping both ways. They say they will start e-mailing labels in a few weeks once they have enough parts stocked up to start making the replacements and will have your gun for 4-6 weeks once they send you the return label.

https://www.sigsauer.com/support/p32...grade-program/
Thanks for posting, I was checking this out last night. Watched some videos about it.
I'm not in a rush to jump into that backlog.

Definitely not until there have been some completed upgrades done and some opinions by owners to be had.
Anyone else rather not switch it?
I have never dropped a pistol. Could it happen? Sure, and I could also get struck by lightning, yet I walk outside daily.
I sure have no plans on beating the pistol with a hammer like they are doing in these videos.
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Mine isn't going anywhere till I hear feedback too.

California owners are getting shafted as theirs have to go to a FFL when shipped back from Sig , no reports on who is paying that
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After having gone through this with a Springfield XDS (which the trigger horrible after I got it back), I'm not eager to do it anytime soon with my P320


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How is this going to work with new guns? Will they soon be appearing on shelves with the fix completed before purchase?
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Got an update today. Return labels will start going out this month for people who signed up for the trigger upgrade.
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Anyone send theirs in yet and get it back?

Wondering how the replacement performs.
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Just got an email confirmation last week from Sig. I’m waiting for the shipping label so I can mail in the gun.
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I signed up for the upgrade but I really like my Apex flat trigger and hate to give it up. When I get the notice if I'm going to send it in, I have to change the trigger back to stock (good thing I kept the stock trigger) and they'll replace the trigger, the sear, the striker and add a trigger disconnect safety, which requires a little milling on the slide. No guarantees that my flat trigger will fit when it comes back. Don't know what I'm going to do when I get the notice. I just bought a second 9mm compact to use in case I do decide to send it back.
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I signed up for the upgrade but I really like my Apex flat trigger and hate to give it up. When I get the notice if I'm going to send it in, I have to change the trigger back to stock (good thing I kept the stock trigger) and they'll replace the trigger, the sear, the striker and add a trigger disconnect safety, which requires a little milling on the slide. No guarantees that my flat trigger will fit when it comes back. Don't know what I'm going to do when I get the notice. I just bought a second 9mm compact to use in case I do decide to send it back.
https://www.apextactical.com/blog/in...gger-products/

contact Apex, they will take it back, and issue credit for a new trigger.
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