I like to do a little bit of basic gunsmithing with some of my toys. Not any major mods that could affect safety, but things "normal" people like me without a lot of mechanical skill can get away with. Today, I switched out the stock trigger on my Sig Sauer P365 9mm to a skeletonized, flat trigger version. See the before and after pics. So I loved the look of the Skeletonized trigger for the Sig P365. I just had to jump on the Armory Craft deal. Ordered last Thursday, just came today. About a 20-30 minute install. The video from AC was fantastic help. I found just the very last part of putting the release bar back in a little tricky, it took a few minutes of fiddling with that one since I didn't have the fancy 90 degree pick the video used. After Pic: ![SigP365AmoryCraftFlatTrigger.jpg](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/ksteem/cov60T6t-Sig-P365-AmoryCraft-Flat-Trigger.jpg) This is how I protect my STEEM (and other things)! Before Pic: ![SigP365StockTrigger.jpg](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/ksteem/wkPKpdkY-Sig-P365-StockTrigger.jpg) This is my first flat trigger, and I must say I really like the feel dry-firing it. I think this would really be helpful for folks that have the bad habit of pulling the trigger with the joint of their finger instead of using the pad of their finger, as they should with proper form. Now for some range time!