Idiotic....... that is the best way to describe the events that have led to my Sigma SW40VE having to leave me tomorrow for a quick trip to Mass. After reducing the trigger pull to a respectable 6 3/4lbs last year. I decided the other day that even that wasn't good enough for this gun after I spent a few hours at the range with my now 3lb pull on my Springfield XD45 Tactical. So, old dummy me, decides to fully tear this thing down and study a way to smooth it up even more. when I arrived at the sear unit is when things started to go wrong. Removed the whole sear block from the frame and 2 springs went into orbit. luckily after about 15 minutes of searching, there they were under the bed, on top of a Mosin stock that I had forgotten about. next is the reassembly, didn't learn the first time and both springs launch themselves again and take a specialized pin with them this time. No luck searching this time as they all left via the open bedroom window and into the yard. I had much better luck finding the phone number for S&W customer service and I am receiving the prepaid shipping label tomorrow. Only good thing to come out of this is that they are going to finally install the rear tritium night sights that they didn't have in stock last year when they installed the front night sight.