GrayGuns SRS Kits for P30/P2000 and USP/HK45 are back in stock
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    Default GrayGuns SRS Kits for P30/P2000 and USP/HK45 are back in stock

    However, the P30S (with safety) kit is still out of stock.

    https://grayguns.com/product-category/trigger-kits/
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    Thanks!


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    Awesome. Thanks!


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    Thanks! Ordered for my USP .45... We’ll see what match Trigger kit + SRS =‘s. standby
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    The reviews were very positive for the USP version. However, one guy said there were no instructions. He specifically mentioned HKPRO helping him identify the parts. He was referring to the spring and pin. I’m guessing these parts replace the sear actuator latch, the trigger bar detent and the trigger bar detent spring. Is that correct? Thanks.




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    The 3 parts in the kits are for the Control Latch, Firing Pin Block Spring, and the Sear Roll-pin. You will have to punch out the existing roll-pin in the Sear and replace it with the one in the kit. The spring goes into the slide.

    I had planned to do a tutorial for all 3 kits but am currently swamped with work and other projects. GrayGuns was super nice to provide me with 3 SRS kits for T&E so I just need to allocate some free time for the tutorials.
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    Got mine - thanks for the heads up
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSixy View Post
    The 3 parts in the kits are for the Control Latch, Firing Pin Block Spring, and the Sear Roll-pin. You will have to punch out the existing roll-pin in the Sear and replace it with the one in the kit. The spring goes into the slide.

    I had planned to do a tutorial for all 3 kits but am currently swamped with work and other projects. GrayGuns was super nice to provide me with 3 SRS kits for T&E so I just need to allocate some free time for the tutorials.
    Excellent! Thanks very much.


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    Do the parts in the kit for the USP work for a USP9 Compact? It didn’t say, but it looks like they might?

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    I just finished installing this in my USP9. Really nice on dry fire. I’m now off to the range for some live practice. Thank you Pete for pointing it out and thank you for explaining where the parts went etc. There are no instructions at all.


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