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Is there a functional or safety reason for this? Im thinking of dropping this in to see whats its like, but I know some people have trouble with it in an LEM setup with not resetting when letting off the trigger too slow. I don't think I want to spend the money to find this out, but my curiosity is killing me, lol. I'm definitely going to get the match sear spring.The Match TRS is never used in a LEM configuration.
Yeah, I sure did rack it so the hammer was cocked, then measured it 10 times, racking the slide each time between measurements. Average was 6 pounds 10 ounces. Only lost a little over a pound off the trigger weight from the original LEM gun before I sent it, using the same trigger pull gauge.They will know exactly what parts to install on the gun if you tell them you want a Match LEM Hybrid conversion. No need to tell the specifics.
How did you measure the trigger weight when you got your gun back from HK? Did you rack the slide before measuring?
TooSixy,@AGTtactical: Same part numbers across the USP series. You will only need parts #4, and 8 to 12, since yours already has the Match Trigger parts. You might need part #7 if your gun's date code is AE=2004 or earlier. If it is AF=2005, you will not need it.
Those parts will give you a 4.5 to 5.0-lb trigger pull.
You can keep or lose the safety lever when converting to Match LEM Hybrid trigger.Does anyone know how much HK charges to install the Match + LEM Hybrid kit? My USP is an AE date code and is currently DA/SA with Safety Decocker. Does converting to Match + LEM Hybrid remove the safety lever or will it still work?