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LCP parts

This is a discussion on LCP parts within the Turn Your Old Treasures Into Someones New Treasures forums, part of the Classifieds category; Hey all, Since no one bit on the LCP parts I had listed in the WTS section, I'm giving away these parts (as described in ...

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  1. #1 LCP parts 
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    Hey all,
    Since no one bit on the LCP parts I had listed in the WTS section, I'm giving away these parts (as described in the Ruger manual parts list): hammer spring seat, trigger, trigger pin, frame insert pins (two). Mailed free to lower US 48.
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    I would love to have them. Did you do a trigger mod that you have them. Please PM me.
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    Installed an RTK trigger, Hogue grip, and TechnaClip stand offs on a friends LCP. She didn't want the parts and said to sell them or give them away. PM coming your way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperR View Post
    Installed an RTK trigger, Hogue grip, and TechnaClip stand offs on a friends LCP. She didn't want the parts and said to sell them or give them away. PM coming your way.
    Please tell me more about the RTK trigger. Did you and her like it, If so where can I get one and how much did it cost. I have the Hogue grip and like it very much. Thanks
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    Trigger can be purchased at either RTK Triggers or Galloway Precision your polymer pistol specialist
    Just make sure you get one that is 'generation' correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperR View Post
    Trigger can be purchased at either RTK Triggers or Galloway Precision your polymer pistol specialist
    Just make sure you get one that is 'generation' correct.
    Did the trigger make a big difference, was she happy with it, it is a shorter pull right.
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    Trigger and grip make Elsie a nice shooting gun. Very tame and controllable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weaselfire View Post
    Trigger and grip make Elsie a nice shooting gun. Very tame and controllable.

    Jeff
    Can you tell me what the new trigger does that you like it. Was it really worth the money.If you got another one would do it to this one also.On a 5 star rating where would rate it.
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    If it was half the price, I might try one. But, I think it is a solution looking for a problem. "Trigger bite" can be avoided by gripping the trigger properly. Happens seldom with me and I doubt if it would be a problem if I had to shoot in self defense. I can't see putting in a $50 trigger for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayonardo View Post
    If it was half the price, I might try one. But, I think it is a solution looking for a problem. "Trigger bite" can be avoided by gripping the trigger properly. Happens seldom with me and I doubt if it would be a problem if I had to shoot in self defense. I can't see putting in a $50 trigger for that.
    Well you have a point there. But so far nobody will come forward and say much about it. So that right there is holding me back from getting one
    Plus the cost. But I have learned that shooting with a laser you have to shoot fast. So that being the case I don't need one. But with out the laser a shooter pull would be nice.
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