rob@triggermeister.com

Category: Gunsmithing

For the love of guns...

Sarco 1911 Parts Kit with Barrel review

I was looking into building a 2011 on the cheap and in my hunt for parts I found this Sarco kit that often gets negative reviews. In fact for all the bad reviews I found, I only found one positive one on Youtube. Surprisingly, these kits are hardly ever in stock and so when I…
Read more

The Second Amendment has nothing to do with hunting…and guns are not the cause of violence.

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” Why do anti-gun politicians always reference hunting and wanting to protect that? We know that they’ve probably neither shot a gun in their life nor ever experienced the…
Read more

The Super-Sized Bullet trap

One of the things that I’ve wanted for a long time was a Bullet Trap which is generally a small box that catches the bullets. You can find an example of a bullet trap on Amazon.com.  Here is a pic of the  “Champion Heavy Duty Metal Trap” I, however, wanted something  bigger.  Much bigger.  So…
Read more

Sig-Sauer Mosquito: Hammer Spring Replacement

So you are ready to lighten up the double action on the trigger?  Here we go.  We are going to use a hammer spring from Wolff and since they don’t have any for the mosquito, we are going to use one for the P226 and similar *WITH* plastic hammer spring base insert.  Note there is…
Read more

Light Strikes: CMMG AR-15 22lr barrel

I recently built my first dedicated .22lr AR-15.  Since I already owned a CMMG .22lr conversion kit, I decided to just order the .22lr barrel from MidwayUSAcom with the barrel adapter.  As soon as I had it all installed I noticed light strikes on the .22’s.  So I reached out to CMMG.  They had no advice,…
Read more

Advantage Arms Glock 17 Gen4 Conversion Kit

Despite my not so favorable review about the AA customer service, I did end up buying another AA conversion kit and when one looks at the features they still have the best conversion kits on the market.  I bought this kit last Fall, so this a post is actually about an issues I had with my…
Read more

Sig-Sauer Mosquito: Hot & sexy?… nope sorry, she’s a tease

Why did Sig Sauer name their gun the Mosquito?…. because it is the gun that stings your pocketbook twice! The story starts about 2 1/2 years ago.  I walked into Al & Bob’s Sport’s Shop and picked out the very hot handgun, NRA’s gun of the year: “The Springfield XDm”.  With me were my wife…
Read more