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    Default SEAL Team ## guy gets new SI G19

    One of my NSW guys called Mike the other day after shooting my SI V319. Mike hooked him up with a complete SI G19 upper and other goodies. His upper sports 2 dot Tritium suppressor sights, SI match threaded barrel and RMR06. This is his first 250 rounds after a quick zero. About 150 of those as blinding fast as you would expect an NSW Operator to go. He fired 500+ while I sat back and smiled. Talked him into calling Mike Monday AM for the F&S trigger after pulling on mine again AND the SI firing pin. We plan on shooting our near identical SI G19s side by side to compare the firing pin. Can't wait...
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    Mike, he also needs o-rings for his thread protector. It was backing off a couple of times.

    He did have a question I could not answer. Is the F&S trigger "drop safe"?
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    I had the pleasure of watching a NSW guy play with steel plates (at a steel shoot match). While other guys were "happy" to get times in the 10 second range, he was turning in sub 4 second times. I did see him miss once, it was kinda like the proof that I wasn't dreaming. I'm just glad to know there are guys like that doin' bad shite to bad guys....

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    The heads were all at 25 yds I think, the rest were at 7-15 yds


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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptBeach View Post
    Mike, he also needs o-rings for his thread protector. It was backing off a couple of times.

    He did have a question I could not answer. Is the F&S trigger "drop safe"?
    The trigger is. I have intentionally forced the cruciform off the striker tab (with an inspection plate mounted) with a flat head screwdriver for each model. Striker impacted the firing pin stop (exactly as it should)and could not have possibly set the gun off. Have him call on the O Rings. We’ll get him set up.


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    He wants Trigger,:F&S and SI FP, needs o-rings


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    I have the later model F/S tactical trigger in 3 Glocks: Gen4 19, Gen4 22, and a 43. Along with the SI firing pin and SI firing pin safety plunger in the 19 and 17.

    I have dropped them all several times from a shoulder height of about 5 feet onto a thin indoor/outdoor carpet over concrete in my garage; onto the muzzle, onto the rear tang, onto the mag well, onto the sides, etc. No slippage at all. I also pounded them pretty hard onto my hardwood workbench top; muzzle-first, onto the rear tang, and onto the magwells. No slippage.

    I have a "first gen" F/S trigger that would occasionally slip off the shelf if dropped onto the rear tang. But then I pulled some bullets/powder and did the drops with a primered case in the chamber. The few times the trigger bar slipped off the shelf, the primer was not marked and there were no discharges.

    So at least my 3 triggers seem to be pretty "drop safe."
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptBeach View Post
    He wants Trigger,:F&S and SI FP, needs o-rings
    Have him call.


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