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I'm new here, so thanks to all that contribute so much knowledge to a new owner.

I noticed that my LCP has a casting flash line down the center of the trigger. It wasn't comfortable, but a small piece of fine sandpaper fixed it. Sometimes the small things can really help.
 

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I did the same thing F1. I also rounded the sides of the trigger and the very top of it. It had some pretty sharp corners that pinched my finger until I rounded them...oh yeah, welcome to the forum!
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Hmmm.... I have one of the earlier LCPS S/N 370-0156X, test fired 2/28. No casting seams on mine that needed to be filed down. I did have the peening issue. I took it to Prescott and they re-milled while I waited. Got two free mags for my trouble of driving up there from Phoenix.
 

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AZ Outlaws said:
Hmmm.... I have one of the earlier LCPS S/N 370-0156X, test fired 2/28. No casting seams on mine that needed to be filed down. I did have the peening issue. I took it to Prescott and they re-milled while I waited. Got two free mags for my trouble of driving up there from Phoenix.
Wow, you got 2 free mags for driving from Phoenix. I also got the peening, wonder what I would get for my troubles driving from Illinois!!! ;D ;D
 

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AZ Outlaws said:
Hmmm.... I have one of the earlier LCPS S/N 370-0156X, test fired 2/28. No casting seams on mine that needed to be filed down. I did have the peening issue. I took it to Prescott and they re-milled while I waited. Got two free mags for my trouble of driving up there from Phoenix.
Wow, you got 2 free mags for driving from Phoenix. I also got the peening, wonder what I would get for my troubles driving from Illinois!!! ;D ;D
If they knew your drove that far, you would probably get a date with "bubba"!!!
 
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