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greetings from ireland.....

i was on the range last week and a guy with a standard usp9 ( same an myself) gor chatting... hes going to put a match trigger on his but says that there is machining involved in the instalation.


is that right ???

any all help would be appreciated...

slan
 

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No machining involved. There is some "tweaking" if the gun isn't within the serial numbers listed. Basically early USP9/40 with the all metal hammer and rebound springs, will not be a drop in installation.
 

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fatboy.... no chance .. they had primitive tools... and too small to reace a proper height desk..... presumably no1 would take them seriously wither :p:p:p:p:p
 

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I have a KE dated USP with all metal hammer, rebound spring and one piece catch. In my case, the Match trigger kit added the half cocked position and it cannot be made safe when the hammer is fully down. Other than that it has worked fine for several years now.
 
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