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Old 06-04-2012, 10:33 PM
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My cousin (not yet a Calgunner) asked about lightening the trigger pull for her Sig Mosquito. After searching on-line, including this forum, I haven't found much helpful info on getting one done. Any ideas/tips/guides on how to reduce the weight of the trigger pull?
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Old 06-05-2012, 4:49 AM
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There's a gentleman mentioned in several threads in the Rimfire section that does trigger work, and not just on rimfires. http://triggerwork.net/sigp2xx.html I've used his services for my M4 .22, and have nothing negative to say about my experience with him. Fast turnaround too...was only about a week.
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Old 06-05-2012, 5:38 AM
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Bruce Gray does a very nice job on the mosquito, i had the opportunity to shoot one at a class a couple of years ago. (grayguns.com)
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Disable the magazine disconnect, and it will lighten the trigger pull a bit
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Thanks for the info all! I will forward the knowledge to my cousin & encourage her to become a Calgunner.
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if you need help disabling the magazine disconnect thing. let me know. i have a DIY thread on here somewhere.
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if you need help disabling the magazine disconnect thing. let me know. i have a DIY thread on here somewhere.
please post the link to your DIY thread on fixing the mag disconnect thank you
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Yes please post a link I have a Squito in desperate need of losing it's magazine disconnect.
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How to remove the thing that doesn't let you operate the trigger on a Sig Sauer Mosquito when a magazine is not properly inserted in the gun. this is for educational purposes only, attempt at your own will. i am not responsible for your actions.

tools you will need:

-Drill (on lowest setting)
-small flat screw driver
-5/64 drill bit
-1/16 or 3/32 punch
-pin block (a small block of wood with a hole in it will work also)
-straight dental pick (straightened paper clip will work also)
-you might want your smallest mallet to help you with the punch
-some balls to attempt minor gunsmithing





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Wait, you got a Mosquito that works?!?
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Wait, you got a Mosquito that works?!?
Ive had mine for years and I love it. Trigger is a little squishy but I heard that was on purpose due to using it as a training platform. I dont mind it.
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Wait, you got a Mosquito that works?!?
yup
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excellent write up "secret asian man" thank you!!! which return spring do you use mine came with both, thanks again
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Cool. Thanks. -Steve
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Does doing that help with the trigger pull at all? Or does it simply remove the mag-disconnect thing?
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I like my Mosquito and won't be changing my trigger because it's a training pistol for my other Sigs so I want the trigger where it is. I am seriously considering removing the mag disconnect since my other Sigs don't have one and it's a faux safety feature that is a PITA.
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