Grayguns Enhanced trigger system improves SIG P-Series pistols.
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Grayguns recently announced the release of its newest aftermarket accessory, the Enhanced Leverage System for SIG Sauer P Series pistols. The trigger system reduces single- and double-action pull weights.

Grayguns Enhanced Leverage System

The system consists of either a straight or hybrid-shaped trigger. Both feature dual adjustability for over-travel and pre-travel. They mate to an enhanced custom-designed trigger bar. Along with reducing pull weight, the system also improves pull characteristics, according to Grayguns.

“I poured everything we learned from 40-plus years of performance-tuning classic DA/SA SIG pistols into my uniquely effective Enhanced Leverage System,” said Bruce Gray, president and founder of Grayguns Inc. “The ELS utilizes our advanced trigger geometry and exclusive trigger bar design to reduce DA pull weight by 25 percent with duty springs, without affecting ignition reliability or safety.”

The ELS provides a drop-in kit, whether installed by a gunsmith or enthusiast. Owners may select additional components as well. Grayguns recently released a custom-designed strut system to fully support the mainspring, reducing friction, spring bowing and fatigue.

“When paired with our Fat Custom Strut System and Master Spring Kit, nothing else comes close,” said Gray. “The ELS is the ultimate upgrade for classic SIG pistols, bar none.”

Grayguns offers the ELS for in-house customization for the SIG P220. “For the P220, the kit does require professional fitting here at our shop,” said Gray. “We can offer the installation at a reasonable fee for our customers.”

Customers simply select a trigger face and identify if they have a DAK-compatible or non-DAK-compatible frame. The ELS product description includes photos for help with identification.

For more information, visit grayguns.com.

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