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Hi guys, looking for a threaded barrel for p12 380. Also looking for mags complete or shells, a good clean slide, and grip/base.

Next question I know this is safetyless but my trigger pull feels like your pulling bricks. I'm new to the gun it was handed down to me from my grandfather. I'm more or less wanting to restore it and put it back. But back to the trigger pull I know people have had issues with hammer Torsion spring and I wasn't sure if is my case or if it's just this Gun.

Thanks for any info and if you have any parts let me know. Take care
 

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There's a guy with a few pages on the Grendel, and he's got boxes of parts. Google around and you'll find him.

GPC has some parts, too:

http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Search.htm?s=grendel
Yes your talking about jersey small arms. I talked to John there and he told me he's hasn't had a mag in 4-5 months and hasn't had a threaded barrel in over a year. He's keeping my email on file to keep me posted.

Gpc has stuff I need to but that's all relatively easy to find. He's out of mags and doesn't even list the threaded barrel.

That's the reason I'm posting here hoping someone has a bunch stashed back and is willing to part with some. I'm mainly looking in here for a threaded barrel, extended mag or stock mag, and hammer springs for spares if I decide to cattily this gun once it's finished.

I found out why the trigger was so heavy. There is two ways to install the hammer spring. One way over clocks it (about 1 1/4 revolution from no stress to where it needs to be) and puts more tension on it and the other way clocks it about 3/4 revolution from no stress to where it needs to be. Fixed that made a world of a diffrence but still want to play with the trigger on it.
 

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I found out why the trigger was so heavy. There is two ways to install the hammer spring. One way over clocks it (about 1 1/4 revolution from no stress to where it needs to be) and puts more tension on it and the other way clocks it about 3/4 revolution from no stress to where it needs to be. Fixed that made a world of a diffrence but still want to play with the trigger on it.
That's interesting. I'd conjectured briefly (and promptly forgot) about whether the direction of rotating the retention plug made a difference in spring tension. I think I'll check my P-11.
 

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That's interesting. I'd conjectured briefly (and promptly forgot) about whether the direction of rotating the retention plug made a difference in spring tension. I think I'll check my P-11.
This is how it came apart. (On paper towel) The more revolutions it has the more spring tension it has. On the red is how it's pose to be. I emailed john again to confirm that I was correct.
 

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