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    Switch-a-roo Update

    New Varient 5, 6, 9, 10 plate


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    Old V1, 2 plate pre-removal and new plate for compare


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    Old plate half way out...



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    New plate half in...

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    New plate install complete 'on safe'


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    New plate 'on fire'


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    Punch I used to press out the retaining pin and some lube for new part (thx 2400)


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    The whole process including gun take down, and taking all the pics took about 5 min.

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    Wow, pretty nice. Nice that U were able to do it yourself

    I don't ride the safety, so I will just keep the V1 on my USPC - but for people who do - I can see why U would want that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    Wow, pretty nice. Nice that U were able to do it yourself

    I don't ride the safety, so I will just keep the V1 on my USPC - but for people who do - I can see why U would want that...

    Its a piece of cake to do it.

    Beauty of the whole thing is, if I end up not liking it, I can go back in another 5 min and I only out $10 + shipping. For that matter I can 'prolly get my $$ back on HK Pro.

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    Good read JWkimber45 & good photo's. Thanks.

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    Great Pix! I'll second the ease of switching those plates.

    I ordered one of each for about $8.00 each so I could experiment with my USPc. I like cocked and locked, but settled on decock only (V3+4) since I'm used to DA autos.

    It takes about 30 seconds to change the plates after you've done it a time or two.

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