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protoolsnerd
07-30-2011, 9:09 PM
Sig Pro ?

Total automation?

Would you get the srt or the qrt? Just the trigger polish?

sound off!

AJamesoo7
07-30-2011, 9:59 PM
i want to lighten my DA on my sig pro from 10lbs to the 6lbs DAK sig models

ldivinag
07-30-2011, 10:09 PM
http://grayguns.com/

jedininja
07-30-2011, 10:12 PM
I got the SRT and Action Enhancement from Sig and absolutely love it. I got it on the Fathers Day 30% discount the other month.

9mmepiphany
07-30-2011, 10:47 PM
Either Bruce Gray www.GrayGuns.com, in OR, or Scott Flork www.ApexTactical.com in Los Oso CA

Casual_Shooter
07-31-2011, 9:40 AM
http://grayguns.com/

Either Bruce Gray www.GrayGuns.com, in OR,

+3.

Had my P220 done by Bruce and crew.

protoolsnerd
07-31-2011, 11:39 AM
Gray looks like a great option but man are they pricey for just an action enhancement . Hell sig charges like half. Total automation only charges 150. Why so pricey? And no srt installed either . Heck i think with sig you can get the srt and polish for the same price as the action enhancement that gray does.

Sell me on him and i'm more then happy to spend the money.

No opinions on the qrt from total automation ?

zfields
07-31-2011, 11:51 AM
Gray looks like a great option but man are they pricey for just an action enhancement . Hell sig charges like half. Total automation only charges 150. Why so pricey? And no srt installed either . Heck i think with sig you can get the srt and polish for the same price as the action enhancement that gray does.

Sell me on him and i'm more then happy to spend the money.

No opinions on the qrt from total automation ?

Because they are the go-to people for Sigs.

9mmepiphany
07-31-2011, 2:15 PM
Bruce doesn't really need to be sold...that is what it cost for the best Sig action work. You can pay less, but understand that you are getting less also.

The Grayguns Reduced-Reset modification is what the factory set out to copy when they came up with the SRT.

Bruce is also the only one preforming high end work on the Sig pistols who has shot them competitively (he used to be a Sig factory shooter) and carries one daily (rural volunteer LE officer) for work...he knows what works and what doesn't.

Scott used to be the foreman at Grayguns before he moved to back to CA to work with Apex Tactical

sinfear11
07-31-2011, 4:36 PM
Grayguns.com and it is not even close.

He does outstanding work.

absc280
07-31-2011, 5:44 PM
Wow it would be cool to try some Sigs that have had work done by these different groups to compare. Mine only has the SRT and cleaning/refining done by Sig, but I love the way it feels already. Anyone one want to meet @ Ironsights :)

9mmepiphany
07-31-2011, 7:06 PM
Wow it would be cool to try some Sigs that have had work done by these different groups to compare. Mine only has the SRT and cleaning/refining done by Sig, but I love the way it feels already. Anyone one want to meet @ Ironsights :)
The easy way would be to sign up for the class taught by Bruce Gray in Merced Oct 1-2 http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=447332

http://www.opspectraining.com/training.php

Voo
07-31-2011, 7:13 PM
Wow it would be cool to try some Sigs that have had work done by these different groups to compare. Mine only has the SRT and cleaning/refining done by Sig, but I love the way it feels already. Anyone one want to meet @ Ironsights :)

I've shot quite a few Sig's that have been worked on by Bruce.. the difference between stock, DIY polish, and his full custom work is amazing..

There are springs you can use to lighten the pull but at the cost of reliability. The best way to get a lighter, smoother action is to polish the right parts and ensure that they mate well.. Bruce really knows his stuff when it comes to getting the Sig to shine..

I would rather send my Sig to Bruce (or Apex) before sending it back to Sig..