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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLegoJoker View Post
    I had a HK45t, then I got the HK45c to go with it. Shot the compact better for some reason so I sold the full size tactical and now I have a regular 45c for concealed carry and a 45ct for home defense. Both of mine are set up in the lite LEM configuration.
    Whoa... I had no idea about this LEM setup you speak of. I just watched a video of Sean Burrows explaining it. Now that is sweet!!! I'm used to striker fire setups and although not the same, the LEM modification looks amazing. He spoke of Lazy Wolf Guns as someone that is the go to for this modification.

    Can you help explain who is who when it comes to this modification? I just want it done right and clean! What does this roughly cost to do the LEM modification?

    Thanks for sharing that

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    $175ish for the factory parts. You can do the mod yourself, just check the resource section. If you’re not comfortable doing it yourself Lazy wolf guns is the best, Greyguns is a close second, bill springfield does some work on them as well. That’s it. Anyone else is just playing catch-up..
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    HK Pistol LEM Conversion Kit. LEM is Law Enforcement Modification

    Currently out of stock

    https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/HK-U...PC-212p316.htm

    Then get one of MANY gunsmith to install if you don't want to.

    Buck and a half for this set on HKPro
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    Quote Originally Posted by wallew View Post
    HK Pistol LEM Conversion Kit. LEM is Law Enforcement Modification

    Currently out of stock

    https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/HK-U...PC-212p316.htm

    Then get one of MANY gunsmith to install if you don't want to.

    Buck and a half for this set on HKPro
    Not sure if that is the correct kit for my HK? Maybe I'm wrong but isn't this the one I need? It says it's in stock.

    https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/HK-4...lete-p1037.htm

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    That’s the one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wallew View Post
    HK Pistol LEM Conversion Kit. LEM is Law Enforcement Modification

    Currently out of stock

    https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/HK-U...PC-212p316.htm

    Then get one of MANY gunsmith to install if you don't want to.

    Buck and a half for this set on HKPro
    I can build a Glock top to bottom but because I'm so new to HK I'd prefer to have it installed. Not sure I want to tinker on it myself just yet. So any quality gunsmith can install the kit?

    I wasnt sure if there is more to than just install as to why people send it in to LWG. Their books are closed indefinitely also there's no waiting list so that's out of the question.

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    SilentRecon,

    Shoot TooSixy a PM. He can tell you way more about what is entailed. I'm a retired gunsmith (actually have a degree in it from 1998). I have a couple of match triggers parts set I've picked up. Just have not taken the time. It is fairly straight forward. OK, perhaps the TRS pliers from HKParts to make that part of the job easier.

    But I do understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallew View Post
    SilentRecon,

    Shoot TooSixy a PM. He can tell you way more about what is entailed. I'm a retired gunsmith (actually have a degree in it from 1998). I have a couple of match triggers parts set I've picked up. Just have not taken the time. It is fairly straight forward. OK, perhaps the TRS pliers from HKParts to make that part of the job easier.

    But I do understand.
    Excellent! Thank you for your direction. I'll shoot him a message and see what it all entails. Hopefully its straight forward. I did read about polishing some parts and I'm definitely not familiar with doing that myself so maybe its best to send it off if there is a lot of work into making it dreamy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freak View Post
    $175ish for the factory parts. You can do the mod yourself, just check the resource section. If you’re not comfortable doing it yourself Lazy wolf guns is the best, Greyguns is a close second, bill springfield does some work on them as well. That’s it. Anyone else is just playing catch-up..
    I think it's worth mentioning @Marine0303 for smithing work.
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    I’m not going to lie, it was in the post before I finished. I’m not familiar enough with his services to say what he can or cannot do. I wanted to say he was the only guy to send a firearm to for factory work but didn’t know for certain if he did alterations so couldn’t make that statement confidently so I chose to leave it out. I didn’t mean any disrespect...

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