Author Topic: DB9 Trigger return spring  (Read 1431 times)


  • Hatchling
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DB9 Trigger return spring
« on: July 14, 2018, 02:33:31 AM »
Just wanted to post here to give props to Chris for his trigger return spring!  :main_good:

I love my DB9, most accurate pistol I have except maybe my 1911 clone in 22lr. After less than 200 rounds, though, I noticed my trigger wasn't going all the way forward. I could flick it and it would reset. DB9 paid for shipping both ways and it worked again for a few months but same thing happened. Then they mailed me a whole new trigger assembly but I knew that wouldn't work. Instead I wanted to find some of the Galloway Precision springs. Little did I know Chris was their supplier! I pm'd him on here based on his post:

He was great to talk to and sold me his last set! I've put 2-300 rounds through it and can tell I won't have that problem anymore (only problem I've ever had with it). It does increase the pull weight some but 1) I think the spring will "break in" over time, and 2) considering it's the only safety on the gun I'm okay with that. Still has the best dao trigger, as good as a Kahr IMHO.

BTW, Chris has a direct link to these at the bottom of the home page here. Oh and did I mention, only $11!


  • Pygmy Rattler
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Re: DB9 Trigger return spring
« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2018, 11:11:21 AM »
Yeah, I installed these right after getting the gun.  Since the trigger is the only safety, it made me feel better.  I like the trigger on this gun better than my LCP and Glock 26.


  • Hatchling
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Re: DB9 Trigger return spring
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2019, 01:56:49 PM »
i dont see a link can you please send me ?>

i cant find these springs anywhere if anyone has a spare please lemme know
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these are not my sites im just sharing the knowledge if you like this stuff please do  the same!


  • Hatchling
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Re: DB9 Trigger return spring
« Reply #3 on: July 19, 2019, 11:38:47 PM »
So sounds like the DB9 platform is not quite thrr yet??? I really wanna love this gun! Great to hear they are stepping up for ya man.... Hopefully I will have the same experience!


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  • Sidewinder
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Re: DB9 Trigger return spring
« Reply #4 on: July 21, 2019, 01:41:48 PM »


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Re: DB9 Trigger return spring
« Reply #5 on: July 21, 2019, 03:42:10 PM »
Wow, bummer, but DB will make it right. I think lots of people are suffering from reliability anxiety with all these tiny pistols on the market having all kinds of issues. I want to regret buying a Sig P365, but I really like the capacity in that tiny gun. And I do carry it even though others P365's are breaking here and there. Sux, I know, but whatcha gonna do. You want tiny, you accept the problems and hope it all works out via upgrades or otherwise. I still don't have a Gen 4 DB9, but my my Gen 3 remains very reliable, so no hurry here. Except I really like the features of the Gen 4. Patience, my man, patience. All will be well.  :main_thumbs_2up:


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