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I finally decided to tackle the conversion from v3 to 4.1 got everything together, the TRS surprisingly was the easiest bit but the flat sear spring removal gave me the most struggles.

not that its done i go to put the slide back on and the darndest thing i had to push down on the slide to asseble it, it almost seems as though the disconnector is too high.

so i figure eh, maybe its a fluke go to test fire and the trigger has no tension i have to push it forward then i can dry fire but there is no reset. ive got to manually push the trigger forward each time.

what could be the culprit here? the TRS spring looks to be oriented properly with the right leg up and to the right of the frame (though the slide release lever moves freely without any tension)


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well i found part of the problem, the TRS lower spring was in the front of the trigger not behind, which naturally the trs isnt going in nearly as easy now hah.
 

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Glad you got it resolved, though a pic of the legs' positions BEFORE removal would help with the re-installation. :)
 

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Glad you got it resolved, though a pic of the legs' positions BEFORE removal would help with the re-installation. :)
Not quite resolved yet my needle nose pliers aren't doing the trick....it was so easy before because the leg was t under pressure being behind the trigger.
I got the spring in the perfect spot then couldn't get the pin lined up to push out the roll punch

Might just order the trs tool and wait a week.....and hope this fixes it
What bothered me was the slide not going on easy
 

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Pushing down on the rear to mount the slide is normal. All of the P-series gun do this, not just your newly converted V4.1 P30SK. You probably hadn't paid close attention to this before the conversion.
 

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Might just order the trs tool and wait a week.....
If you buy a cheaper pair of needle nose from the dollar store of similar, you can easily grind them away with a dremel and make your own TRS pliers.
Just dremel a hole the diameter of the TRS about 3/16 from the tip.
You can also search here for the red straw method, using the straw from WD40, attached to each end of the TRS which assists installation of that spring.
 

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Thanks guys
Took another stab at it and got it in, dry fires and resets etc. looks good!

Thanks for the help and thanks for your guide toosixy


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Ok I forgot the fpbs spring start putting the slide back together and I bend a roll pin! Roll punch went right through the pin :65:

Oh well now I'll order a new pin and the trs pliers for next time.....I wish I could say these things don't happen to me, but it happens anytime I tackle a project live n learn
 
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