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    Default Nickle Sear Spring in a P30

    Saw a vid of a guy installing, and he really didn't show it, but said the WHOLE P30 has to be detail stripped to replace this part with a nickle version. True?

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    Yes sir. It’s literally the first part that goes back in when reassembling from a detail strip. All the other trigger components go on top of it.

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    Not quite true there @Hkbrian . The trigger does not have to come off the frame. Just the hammer group. And that's the same across all the HK hammer-fired series.

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    I guess if you’re going to granulate it down to “complete” the trigger doesn’t have to come out nor does the magazine release

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    Thanks folks. So the whole hammer assembly. That makes sense.

    Another question: can one take out the hammer strut without taking out the hammer? Looks like that answer is “no”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hkbrian View Post
    Thanks folks. So the whole hammer assembly. That makes sense.

    Another question: can one take out the hammer strut without taking out the hammer? Looks like that answer is “no”.
    No. The hammer has to come out as well. If for some reason you are able to remove the strut w/out removing the hammer, well guess what? You will have to remove the hammer in order to put back the strut. lol

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