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Postby TexasOutlaw » Mon Mar 26, 2007 1:33 pm

If it's what I'm thinking of, it's a little rubber stopper that goes at the end of the rod that absorbs recoil.

I have added one of these to all my glocks and it really does help. As for the trigger work, those have been available; I don't have the skill to do this myself and would have to go to a smith. I want to say the cost was 50 bucks plus the price of the trigger kit. I almost did it to my carry gun, but an officer suggested that I do not (to avoid accidental discharges upon drawing).
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Postby Glock23 » Mon Mar 26, 2007 2:07 pm

The DA is still heavy enough to not be a liability. I know they are available, but they are not standard issue on the 220ST. You are thinking of the correct thing as far as the buffer goes, but it is quite different than a Glocks. With the Sigs, it also consists of a new staineless guide rod, a bushing that installs on the end of the slide, and a plastic buffer. This allows for less play in the action, and gives it a tighter tolerance. If I have time I will take some photos this evening. This is the exact part: http://www.thecountryshed.com/sig1.jpg It is a PITA to put in though.

Edit: I like messing with trigger work, and have done several jobs on s&w revolvers, and 1911's. If you ever need help with something let me know. Another great place to check out is: http://www.thehighroad.org
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Postby TexasOutlaw » Fri Mar 30, 2007 1:28 pm

Glock23 wrote:The DA is still heavy enough to not be a liability. I know they are available, but they are not standard issue on the 220ST. You are thinking of the correct thing as far as the buffer goes, but it is quite different than a Glocks. With the Sigs, it also consists of a new staineless guide rod, a bushing that installs on the end of the slide, and a plastic buffer. This allows for less play in the action, and gives it a tighter tolerance. If I have time I will take some photos this evening. This is the exact part: http://www.thecountryshed.com/sig1.jpg It is a PITA to put in though.

Edit: I like messing with trigger work, and have done several jobs on s&w revolvers, and 1911's. If you ever need help with something let me know. Another great place to check out is: http://www.thehighroad.org


I havent' been brave enough to do trigger work. My friends only work on their own guns; I would love to learn.
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