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I installed a match trigger on my HK USP 45 today.
Not all that bad. Watch a video on it.
I took it out and shot it. It is better than the stock trigger. Although my tirgger was not to bad. The gun has had some round throught it.
My question is my gun is a V4. The de cocker is very hard to engage.
IS this normal or do I need to take it back apart and oil the parts?
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It may not be abnormal. I've installed match and LEM triggers along with many Ambi safeties and most of the time the decokcer is very stiff. I usually have to work the lever a lot to get it to loosen up some.
 

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I would remove the detent plate and put a thin layer of lube between the detent plate and the frame, re-install it, and work it in. Also, make sure the sear axle sits flush with the surface of the detent plate. Many members have reported difficulty with the decocker if the axle is not flush.
 

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Here is my new/used toy.




One last question.
I also bought a new recoil spring. I just bought the spring.
What tool do you use to get the C spring off the end of the guide rod?
 

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Yep she was a LE trade in.
 

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Here is my new/used toy.




One last question.
I also bought a new recoil spring. I just bought the spring.
What tool do you use to get the C spring off the end of the guide rod?
I used a set of needle nose pliers, you'll need a replacement c-clip if you do it this way. None of my snap ring pliers were small enough.


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