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    ### TRIGGERS 2-STAGE SEAR FOR THE BRÜGGER & THOMET B&T TP9
    Brügger & Thomet B&T TP9
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    Upgrade kit for trigger creates a 2-stage trigger with lighter, smoother pull, and a sharp break. Match trigger performance on a tactical pistol.

    Kit includes:

    New sear and trigger spring. All parts are ‘drop-in’ with zero modifications.

    Key benefits:

    – A true 2-stage trigger.

    – Improved smooth trigger pull with no gritty feel or break-in needed.

    – Reliable performance, even in dirty conditions. Grease is optional. Sear has an advanced low friction surface coating that does not need lubrication, which might attract dirt.

    – Sear is CNC machined from plate tool steel (not cast), and full depth heat treated. High quality steel holds sharp sear edges that will ‘break like glass’.



    – Installation by gunsmith or armorer is recommended.

    – Compatible with B&T TP9

    – Made in the USA.





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    We are all so politically correct!!!! its gonna ruin us all......

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    We will look into the availability of new sear triggers for the TP9
    John Hipwell
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    We are hearing mixed reports on these, they are not manufactured by B&T Ag. We will try and track them down at Shot Show.
    John Hipwell
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    Mixed reports on the sear your referring to John??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingjenky View Post
    Mixed reports on the sear your referring to John??
    Correct, we have to find out more details before we decide if we want to import these and sell them. We really need to have B&T Ag endorse that so we have no warranty issues in the future.
    John Hipwell
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    Excellent!!! I appreciate your reply John..
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    Bringing this thread up once again since I have a few questions.

    What are your experiences with the TP9? I got a great deal on a used 2015 TP9.

    Are they really that complicated to take apart and is the trigger as bad as rumour has it?

    While I live in Switzerland I did not have much chance to try one out besides when they first came out years ago and I did not yet have time to drop by the dealer to check it out.
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    I love the tp9. Trigger could have been a bit better but it's still pretty good.

    A really fun compact rifle and for you Swiss (which I believe have no mag cap) it will definitely be way better with a full 30 rnds
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    The trigger is not great - that, and 5 round mag limit in Canada - are the only negatives. I've owned a couple.

    The mechanism is pretty unique, and it's easy to take apart and clean. Reliable, accurate, SUPER compact subgun - they are the best restricted sub you can buy in Canada, hands down.

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