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    V3 :Yes, again have never seen another P30 with other than safety AND decicker.

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    Well I have so calm down scooter...
    Im trying to help here man, save the attitude for someone else...
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    Dude: Link me to one - I think they are cool, and yes, I am calm.

    Now, back to my original questions. Thanks!
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    Just my opinion on related topic. I picked up a P30 v3 yesterday, and have to say the trigger is just fine by me, even DA seems pretty smooth and feels lighter than say DA pull on my HK45s (non LEM ones I have). Not being a 'trigger snob', it's not same as striker fired I have (VP9s, PPQ) but it's completely acceptable to me. I'll learn to shoot it well, as I have my other HKs.
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    @Hkbrian Lucky you, there is currently one Light FPBS left on the HKWebshop for $3 (plus S/H). Grab it before I do.

    https://us.hkwebshop.com/hkstorefron...ing/p/50209296

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    Thanks much. Mine stacks half way through and has some grit - and yes, I am a trigger snob. I have some CZ P07s that have smokin hot triggers - smooth as silk in DA and no stacking. I MADE them that way. OTB, they were not so hot. P series CZs are a cinch to work on. I ordered the LW spring. I may end up detail stripping and polishing too - I doubt the stacking will stop with this spring.

    The stacking and length of pull on DA make it a bit harder to dial it in like a CZ. But, I was able to hit well with it despite this. (and BTW - some CZ P guns can come with horrible triggers). I did pass up a 30L with a pretty smooth trigger - used at an LGS - should likely have jumped on it.
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    WOW - just installed the lone wolf LIGHT FBP spring. The stacking WENT AWAY. I an stunned. The stock one is like a mainspring - ridiculous. My gun still has grit mostly in the latter stage of the pull, but it went from barely acceptable to very good. I will say that Lone Wolf should make the coil diameter larger - its hard for it to stay in the block. But, the gun is MUCh better now. If I had picked up the gun in a store and felt the trigger I would NOT buy it. Now, I would. (Purchased it online).

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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfieRules View Post
    Just my opinion on related topic. I picked up a P30 v3 yesterday, and have to say the trigger is just fine by me, even DA seems pretty smooth and feels lighter than say DA pull on my HK45s (non LEM ones I have). Not being a 'trigger snob', it's not same as striker fired I have (VP9s, PPQ) but it's completely acceptable to me. I'll learn to shoot it well, as I have my other HKs.
    This+1. All my HK triggers are factory, no custom job at all, and I enjoy shooting 'em as is.

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    Shoot her!
    Trigger smooths out quite a bit after good use.

    This has been my way, I looked into trigger springs, work, etc etc.

    I followed the best advice I could have, shoot her a lot, and the trigger will come around.

    Well...........she did!
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