Light Trigger Return Spring For HK P30, P30L, P30S & P30SKThis spring is a popular choice for those that are opting for custom trigger pulls and spring conversions. Also known as the "light" trigger return spring for the P30 series of pistols. Converts a V2 Heavy LEM to a Light V1 LEM When you use this sping in combination with the light FPBS as shown below. This is the lightest trigger return spring available for the P30 series.
- Pistol Compatibility In ALL P30 Models In Both 9mm & 40 HK P30 Pistols:
- HK P30
- HK P30L
- HK P30SK
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When Used in a HK P30L, Pull on the "Empty" trigger (empty meaning no other parts in the frame to cause resistance, so only the trigger, TRS, and trigger axle were in the frame) measured at 1.25 lbs of pull to start moving the trigger rearward, and increased to 2 lbs. to reach the break zone (spot where it'd normally fire the pistol if completely assembled). With the "Light" TRS that weight reduced to 1 lb. exactly to start moving rearward, and maxed out at 1.5 lb. in the break zone. While that may not seem like much, it is a noticeable difference when used in conjunction with replacing the spring Trio (TRS, Hammer Spring, and Match Plated Sear Spring) for an overall weight reduction, which reduced the actual DA trigger pull from 6.5 lbs., to a sweet spot of 4.5 lbs. which is where it's most noticeable.
I installed the light TRS in conjunction with other springs. I didn't reassemble and test between each new part, so I can' scientifically say how much difference this spring makes on it's own. However, if you use this light TRS with a light FPBS, nickel sear spring and hammer spring of your choice (I used the 11 lb), you will have a radically improved trigger pull for under 40 bucks. It's smoother, crisper, and almost "super-light" compared to the stock trigger. It's that noticeable. Do a good clean & lube while you're in there and (optionally) a delicate disconnector polish (only if you are competent). You'll be glad you did.
I got this spring with some others to improve the P30s horrible trigger pull. There wasn't a noticeable difference between the stock P30 spring and this one but I read on the forums that the P30 came with the light return spring so that would explain it.