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SIG P210 Question

Post by DeweyHales on 7/12/2014, 9:56 am

Are there any SIG P210 experts on the forum?

There is one for sale near me.  It's got a great trigger, but I doubt it would make weight.  Is that easy to adjust?
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Re: SIG P210 Question

Post by BE Mike on 7/14/2014, 7:35 am

If you don't get an answer here, I'd suggest taking the question to Target Talk (www.targettalk.org). If still stumped, I'd contact www.rocosystem.com or www.larrysguns.com
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Re: SIG P210 Question

Post by DeweyHales on 7/14/2014, 9:07 am

I contacted RoCo, but I haven't heard yet.  I'll try TT this evening.  Thanks.
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Re: SIG P210 Question

Post by lcambre on 7/15/2014, 6:15 am

There are also some people on sigforum.com with good p210 knowledge.

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Re: SIG P210 Question

Post by Brian Mason on 7/15/2014, 1:29 pm

Hi Dewey, there are (at least) two versions of the trigger spring for the 210. Typically, people want to go the other way; that is, turn the 5 pound military trigger into a 2.5 pound sport trigger. Increasing the weight involves knocking out a stubborn pin and replacing the spring with the military version. You could probably pick up a military spring from Frank van Binnendijk over at Swiss Rifle Boards. He goes by he name of 'Guisan' and runs a mail order store for all things Swiss military.

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