Polishing the P7's trigger parts.
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    Default Polishing the P7's trigger parts.

    As a long time Glock owner/shooter, the "25 cent trigger job" has been something I've known of for a long time. Take all the contacting parts from the trigger and hit em with some Flitz (my polish of choice) until you have a mirror like surface, and you'll have a noticeable improvement. Would this work safely for the P7? Besides the obvious trigger and striker surfaces, where else would one need to focus their efforts? It's also worth mentioning I'm not really excited about taking the P7 apart yet... just curious.

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    why would you do this the p7 trigger is great as it is
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    With the lack of available P7 series parts, I would advise against doing any modification of parts. The P7 series already has an excellent trigger.
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    Don’t fix what isn’t broken.

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    How can you improve a P7 trigger? Have you fired the thing and put rounds on target yet?
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    Yes I have fired a couple hundred rounds. Thanks for all the input.

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