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There is a new LC9 and LC380 trigger kit available. The maker is Saints Arms, and the kit is sold through eBay. The kit is two pieces, a new hammer and a new trigger bar. It is a well made kit and the parts are accurately CNC machined and heat treated. I made an install video and a short results video, on the kit. The kit sells on eBay for only $35, which is a bargain. The results is it shortens the pull a little over 1/4 inch and moves the trigger break point forward the similar amount. You can search eBay for "LC9 Trigger Kit" or follow this link to the eBay ad:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ruger-LC-9mm-an ... 3cdf0367cd

My results video link is: [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nR3bNTMgWqY"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nR3bNTMgWqY[/ame]

The LONG install video is: [ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kf-VsWBXthM[/ame]

Bob
 

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Will a trigger kit installation on an LC9 have an effect on Ruger honoring their warranty on other parts of the pistol.
 

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First if you read the owners manual, Ruger doesn't have a warranty, which is in writing at the back of the manual. That being said, they will normally warranty a newer gun to the original owner. But if you send a gun in for repair or warranty, they will remove any after market parts (except sights and grips) and restore the gun to how it was shipped new. They will not normally return the after market parts. And if your issue with the gun is determined by Ruger to have been caused by an after market part, they will likely deny the warranty.

What any prudent Ruger gun owner should do is take off all after market parts and turn the gun back into a stock gun. Then you do not have to worry about any issues with Ruger. The two trigger kits available for the LC9, Galloway and Saints Arms, will not damage or cause damage to the gun. The worst thing that could happen is the gun does not fire, with the after market parts. No damage to the gun, it just will not function right. Then you either find out how to get it to function correctly, or remove the parts and re-install the original parts, to make the gun stock again. No damage was done to the gun to require repair or warranty.

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