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NeverMore1701
08-17-2012, 22:57
I'm considering sending my new CPO P228 to the Sig CS when I get it for the action enhancement package or whatever they call a trigger job. Anyone have this done? Was it worth the $180?

NeverMore1701
08-18-2012, 14:31
Ok, anyone have a trigger job done on a Sig anywhere that they were happy with?

MasterShake
08-18-2012, 14:35
I had one with the SRT (short reset trigger) once, it was really nice.

NeverMore1701
08-18-2012, 14:37
I'm not sure I want an SRT or not, debating.

MasterShake
08-18-2012, 14:39
A hell of a lot cheaper then 180 bucks.

NeverMore1701
08-18-2012, 14:49
Yeah, and it feels real good, I'm just not sure if I want to do it or not. I'll probably shoot it stock first, then maybe with just a short trigger, then see if I want to get the SRT or not.

Beanie-Bean
08-18-2012, 15:23
I sent back an old P229 I picked up and had them do the SSP, SRT, & E2 grip installation. Action was already good, and was really much smoother when it came back after all the work.

Why do you want it send your P228 back? Mine was very tight (also a CPO) before I put the first round through it. It's loosened up a bit after the first range session and lots of dry firing with snap caps. It's one of my favorite SIGs right now.

NeverMore1701
08-18-2012, 15:37
It's just something I'm kicking around, don't know if I will or not.

NEOH212
08-18-2012, 16:29
I had a 229 with Sig's action enhancement package. It was pretty slick and much nicer than the factory trigger.

I sold it years ago. (One I shouldn't have sold by the way.) :crying:

However, I replaced it a few years ago with a new 229 with a Bruce Gray trigger job.

After having the Gray trigger job done, I'll never send a gun back to Sig for trigger work.

It's not that Sig didn't do a good job or anything, but the Gray trigger was just that much better!

I would however recommend Sig for trigger work. They do a good job.

I would recommend Bruce Gray's work over everything else though.

:wavey:

NeverMore1701
08-18-2012, 17:21
I had a 229 with Sig's action enhancement package. It was pretty slick and much nicer than the factory trigger.

I sold it years ago. (One I shouldn't have sold by the way.) :crying:

However, I replaced it a few years ago with a new 229 with a Bruce Gray trigger job.

After having the Gray trigger job done, I'll never send a gun back to Sig for trigger work.

It's not that Sig didn't do a good job or anything, but the Gray trigger was just that much better!

I would however recommend Sig for trigger work. They do a good job.

I would recommend Bruce Gray's work over everything else though.

:wavey:

Very good info, thanks. Does he have a website? What dd your trigger job run?

dnuggett
08-18-2012, 17:24
Gray Guns or Robert Burke are the way to go for trigger work.

dnuggett
08-18-2012, 17:25
Very good info, thanks. Does he have a website? What dd your trigger job run?

Grayguns.com. His prices are listed on the site.

NeverMore1701
08-18-2012, 20:26
That's steep, but good work always is. I'll see how it is when I get it.

NEOH212
08-19-2012, 01:43
I see someone already beat me to the link! If I recall, I paid somewhere around $300 for the work but that was several years back. His prices may have changed a bit.

I strongly recommend his work. I'm sure there are other great pistolsmiths out there that do fine work but when it comes to a Sig or HK, Bruce Gray is second to none.

Pricey? Yes but worth every penny!

:wavey:

dnuggett
08-19-2012, 06:43
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I strongly recommend his work. I'm sure there are other great pistolsmiths out there that do fine work but when it comes to a Sig or HK, Bruce Gray is second to none.

Pricey? Yes but worth every penny!

:wavey:

A lot of folks consider Burke his equal. Technically your statement would still be true, but I am just saying. Burke is damn good as well. I have 2 P226s that are going to get trigger work from Burke soon.