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Does not really work well on the TS .It doesn't retain the same way it does on the 75/SP01 series guns where the spring puts tension on the pin to keep it from moving.

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it should be production legal. it doesn't change the external appearance any (or offer any performance advantage).

the benefit is that it makes it a LOT easier to change out a trigger return spring. I haven't broken one, but some people report they (along with slide stops) are a fatigue-item that may fail after tens of thousands of rounds, so some folks just replace them every year.

the stock trigger pin is staked in place, and is a bizatch to get out, and then a bizatch to get back in, and then if you don't stake it again, it may (will?) fall out at an inconvenient time.

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it should be production legal. it doesn't change the external appearance any (or offer any performance advantage).

the benefit is that it makes it a LOT easier to change out a trigger return spring. I haven't broken one, but some people report they (along with slide stops) are a fatigue-item that may fail after tens of thousands of rounds, so some folks just replace them every year.

the stock trigger pin is staked in place, and is a bizatch to get out, and then a bizatch to get back in, and then if you don't stake it again, it may (will?) fall out at an inconvenient time.

Yeah, I currently have the CGW trigger pin because I broke the original trigger return spring after a month or 2 of dryfire.

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Billdozer,

My trigger pin relies on the trigger return spring to keep the pin in place. The TS, IIRC, has a different trigger return spring. To answer your question, the first trigger pins were made from 1214SS and heat treated. The newest trigger pins are made from 0-1 tool steel and subsequently heat treated; they are 3X stronger than the 1214SS pins.

The ends of the newer 0-1 tool steel trigger pins are radiused, whereas the 1214SS pins had a .005" bevel; the radiused pins are easier to install. If you are having problems, please contact me personally by calling me at 318-372-9050, or using my e-mail: cajungunworks@gmail.com

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David's trigger pin is a god send. I have installed a few inShadows here and never had any issues. I wish CZC would make his pin a standard component. It's much more economical than the $10 CZ pin that gets destroyed when you bang it out to replace a broken TRS. It's also great for those of us that detail strip our pistols.

I was shooting a steel match in Tangi a few months ago when I broke my TRS after about 10k rounds and twice as much dry fire. Made swapping springs a very quick and painless job.

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