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    Default Which pistols are able to be sent to factory to switch to a LEM trigger?

    I may want a different trigger on one of my pistols.
    May I send it to HK-usa for installing it? all under warranty of course.

    USP's? and HK45s' i know can be changed......... yes?
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    Of the current production pistols, only the HK45 series and the USP and USPC series can be freely converted among variants without voiding the warranty. Assuming HK has the parts in stock, I believe they can do this at the factory if you send it to them. There are also folks on the site that can do the conversion as well.

    EDIT: Just to clarify, if you have a P-Series pistol that is either a V1 or V2 and you want to swap it to a light or heavy LEM, this is fine. But with those pistols, it is not sanctioned by HK to swap a DA/SA to an LEM, and it is impossible to swap LEM to DA/SA due to the way the slide and frames are cut differently between V1/V2 and V3. Hope that makes sense.
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    NICE !!! thank ou !!!!

    I would rather have the factory do it, too bad Lyman is no longer doing the work, he was damn good ! helped me out quite a bit with things. phone conversations et all.


    ill be calling monday morning! thank you




    the Elite and expert part of the ones capable of switching ?

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    USP guns are (GTG) Good To Go.
    USP anything can go LEM Easy Peasy.
    P series not so much...
    P series, IMHO, it's better to buy LEM from the mothership straight up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barth View Post
    USP guns are good to go.
    P series not so much...











    @Barth

    Yup, i have a p30 in da/sa & LEM, im covered there.

    wanting a possible switch from da/sa to LEM for an Elite .45 and a usp .40


    Im liking this LEM trigger, very smooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barth View Post
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    P series, IMHO, it's better to buy LEM from the mothership straight up.








    Yes, bought from the Mother ship, respectively.
    i would feel more c comfortable sending to HK for the switch, not that others can to the same job, but this way i know its done properly, and will still be covered, and have a proof of doing so with HK factory, for my own piece of mind

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    I sent my HK45 in to be changed from V1 to V7 Light LEM a couple of years ago. It was pretty expensive (think I was billed around $170 for the job) but wow, that trigger came back smooth (and since you mentioned, it was Lyman who did mine).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocks View Post
    I sent my HK45 in to be changed from V1 to V7 Light LEM a couple of years ago. It was pretty expensive (think I was billed around $170 for the job) but wow, that trigger came back smooth (and since you mentioned, it was Lyman who did mine).









    If it is done correctly, and professionally, it is worth the money spent. Nothing is cheap these days, if its done by pros, they deserve the money.






    thank you to everyone who has helped me with my question. cheers & beers
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