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Old 01-31-2012, 01:29 AM   #1
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I know this has been brought up on older threads but I cant find one anywhere. I don't like the look or feel of the plastic trigger. If anyone knows how to get hold an aluminum one, or two, please PM me.

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Old 02-05-2012, 12:53 AM   #2
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I know I searched all over the web and nothing. It seems like the 2 people that used to make them no longer do.
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I may be able to work something up with my uncle. What would a fair price be on a stainless trigger?
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25 bucks. In other words, unless you have a Plasma CNC rig, not worth pursuing. Aluminum would be a viable alternative, but then you need a waterjet table or a room full of 3rd world children with scroll saws to turn a profit. The design of HP's triggers makes them rather annoying to reproduce, yet it's also their biggest cosmetic flaw IMO.


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well now if there is enough of an interest i can write a program and make some on my cnc are we talking about just the plastic trigger?
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Well I know pay at most $20-30 each. And I know that I want two.
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Old 02-05-2012, 10:19 AM   #7
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Why don't we start a list of people wanting them and when we get to a predetermined number of people that are actually dedicated to getting these we can get them made. I also would like either an aluminum or stainless trigger and agree that these plastic triggers look god aweful and is the only thing I dont like about my Hi Point.

P.S. at around $20-$30 put me down for one as well.

and as a side note if they are all interchangable, 380, c9, .40, .45, carbine and pistol we could easily get the number of people together. I don't know of anyone that prefers the plastic trigger over a good metal one.

P.S.S I have a .45 JCP, 9mm carbine, and a C9 on the way so if you would like someone to test the fitting one those 3 I would be happy to do it for you. Send me a pm if you would like and I can get you my address.

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put me down for one as well.
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ok so here is what i will do , since I'm new to the forum and own the 380 and the 40 i will make a one for the 380 install it on my gun and send a few spare ones out for free to see if you guys like them and if they will fit on the 9 and the 45 then we can go from there . as far as price ......alum. is way easier and faster to machine than stainless the 1/16 diam. hole will be a pain in stainless but not impossible let me see what i can do but it would be under 20.00 for sure.
I will cad one up after church today and take a pic or two maybe even texture the trigger itself with a diamond pattern for the finger
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You can put me down for two as well. $20 to 30 certainly sounds reasonable to make my C9 stand out just a little bit more.
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