Posted: 6/27/2023 7:03:07 PM EST
[Last Edit: patw]
I am one of those people that had an issue with the trigger groove in the VP9/P30 pistols and decided to do a little modding. I think it went well but it took a while to do. It got faster once I used some grittier sandpaper meant for wood. All in all it has helped immensely with the trigger pull and my finger not getting scraped.
I debated on removing the trigger as it didn't seem to difficult to do, but was able to work around it. I did remove the mag. release so I wouldn't scuff it up. Here is inside the trigger guard with the final sanding,(wish I took some more pics with the rough sanding but oh well). I used some thick rubber/plumbing tape I had to cover the trigger,( the blue tape in the pic),which worked out perfectly.
After that, I used a couple emery boards to smooth out the texture on it and then applied some black paint from a paint pen I had. It works really well and matches the frame color/shine pretty good. After that I wiped it with some cloth to remove the excess and it left a good look. The pic shows a little dust still on certain parts but overall I am pretty pleased with it. Sorry about the poor quality pics.
Thanks for viewing.
Looks great, now can you put the mag release where it belongs……
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