Will Changing only the TRS change Trigger Pull Weight on P2000?
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    Recently acquired a P2000 LEM V2. The trigger breaks at ~ 8.8 lbs. Can it be brought down to about 6 lbs if I change only the TRS to a #209266 spring?

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    It will lower the initial pull, until it reaches the FPBS, which is a heavy little bugger.

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    bp1: Have you actually seen the firing pin block spring? I'm assuming that is what you mean by FPBS.
    Just curious....

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    Changing from factory Heavy FPBS will knock the pull weight down about 1.5 lbs. Changing the Heavy TRS will reduce it by 1.9 lbs. You can pick and choose which one to swap out to be within your desired pull weight, with the FPBS being the easiest. The TRS is harder, can be done with a set of small, needle-nose pliers, or easy with the HKParts' TRS Tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Flack View Post
    bp1: Have you actually seen the firing pin block spring? I'm assuming that is what you mean by FPBS.
    Just curious....
    Here is the little bugger. #2 in this photo.

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    Yes, I know exactly what it looks like. I have had many HK weapons apart to clean and/or replace those parts. I never could really tell much difference in the overall trigger pull with either FPBS in the weapon.
    YMMV: Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Flack View Post
    Yes, I know exactly what it looks like. I have had many HK weapons apart to clean and/or replace those parts. I never could really tell much difference in the overall trigger pull with either FPBS in the weapon.
    YMMV: Phil
    So, in order to change only the weight of pull at the wall, what do you do?(and thank you)

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    Hammer spring...

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    [QUOTE=Freak;3543920]Hammer spring...[/QU

    Which hammer spring and will this change affect reliability?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Flack View Post
    bp1: Have you actually seen the firing pin block spring? I'm assuming that is what you mean by FPBS.
    Just curious....
    Yes, I have. Does knowing this satiate your curiosity?

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