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Old 08-11-2011, 16:43   #1
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9mm or .40 kit

JR,

I ordered the "LW Pro Pick" trigger kit, and to be honest it was all you said it would be. I am quite pleased, even though I have not shot it yet.

However I have a G35 that I have been using the LW 9mm conversion barrel on it and have decided that I LOVE the G35 in the 9mm caliber, as it shoot flawlessly and is a really fun and cheap ammo to use too.

When I ordered the Pro Pick kit there was an option for the .40 or a 9mm

9mm = part number LWD-Trigger2d
.40 and .357 = LWD-Trigger2a

Am I going to have issues with the .40 Pro Pick /LWD-Trigger2a trigger kit, while using the 9mm conversion barrel in a G35?
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Old 08-11-2011, 22:46   #2
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If you have a 9mm pistol stick with the 9mm kits.
If you have a 40 pistol and use a 9mm conversion barrel you still need to stick to the 40 kits.
FYI: The difference between the kits is the ejector.
BTW: Thanks for the order!
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Old 08-12-2011, 04:45   #3
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Looks like I got the right one!

Thanks for the shirt.
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