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Post by John McCormick on 11/27/2019, 5:34 pm

I've been looking at one these recently, brand new, not as a bullesye gun but just to enjoy shooting it. With this particular one I noticed that as the trigger is moved to the rear through its take-up, the cocked hammer is cammed back slightly before it is released. Just wondering if this is normal.

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Post by watercam on 11/28/2019, 8:06 am

How was the trigger weight?

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Post by John McCormick on 11/28/2019, 10:02 am

It seemed light, and, from what I've read elsewhere, might be too light for some competitive events. I'm looking at it as simply a well-made gun that will be fun to shoot. I'm just a little concerned about the hammer movement during take-up. It may well be part of the design for all I know. I tried SIG customer service, sat on hold forever, and gave up. I'll try them again.

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Post by watercam on 11/28/2019, 11:10 am

Perhaps Google Reviews for the pistol online and see if anyone mentions it.

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Post by fc60 on 11/28/2019, 11:19 am

Greetings,

Might be irrelevant; but, my P240 cams the hammer rearward and you pull the trigger.

SIG will not adjust the trigger weight to make it legal for ODCM matches.

SIG also does not sell parts so you can tinker with the trigger yourself and break something.

Otherwise, a nicely machined piece of equipment.

Cheers,

Dave
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Post by Wes Lorenz on 11/28/2019, 3:00 pm

All,
Some parts are available:
https://www.midwestgunworks.com/sig-sauer-p210/parts.html
Nice scope mounts:
https://www.armorycraft.com/product-page/sig-p210-red-dot-adapter-for-us-and-german-p210-pistols
https://www.rocosystems.com/product-page/scope-mount-for-sig-p210-legend-and-legend-super-target

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Post by tovaert on 11/29/2019, 6:44 am

You can increase the pull weight to 4# and make it legal for EIC matches. I posted how in the other P210A link in the "Equipment" discussion. If you message me I'll send you the heavier trigger return spring for $4 (PP F&F to ghkly@hotmail.com). I'm only asking for $4 because I spent $80 (two $40 minimum orders) with a spring company, before I got the right spring, so I'm trying to get a little of my money back. I have about a dozen of them. Changing the trigger return spring is not too difficult. I will post instructions.

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