7 out of 9 people found the following review helpful
I really liked doing this modification. I would highly recommend anyone who has gunsmith experience to do this job on their own. If you have no experience please find a smith. I am handy but my gunsmith experience was until now, limited to Springfield Armory, Smith & Wesson, Ruger, and shotguns. My Px4 Storm Full Size was built in 2017. It came with the metallic guide rod (which is odd) and when I removed the de-cocker/safety, I found a spring pin made from very thin steel which was quite malleable. The pin would be very easy to mangle. Most spring pins are made from thick flat steel and rolled into a long pin. This pin used very thin spring steel rolled like a pinwheel. The friction holding it came from mushing the metal while it was pressed in. The concept was new to me but the end result was more forgiving to the parts around and in contact with the pin, and I hope, overtime, just as durable as it's thicker counterpart. Curious if pre-2017 guns are like mine?
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