for Magpul Poly Trigger Guards:
Use a 5/32" drill on each trigger guard hole to make
proper room for the inserts.
The front of the trigger guard only has one hole and can only use one insert and screw.
The rear hole passes through and uses one screw and one insert on each side.
The smooth side of the insert faces out and the side with the slot
faces into the hole, as shown in the pictures.
Carefully press one insert at a time into each side of the rear hole.
Keep the insert straight at all times to avoid damaging them.
Press the inserts flush with the guard is ready to install on
Tip: A small arbor press works best but pliers, vice grips, or channel locks
work well too if you are careful.
This method works with the Magpul Polymer and Enhanced Aluminum trigger guards.
This also works for LWRC,
BCM, and Spikes guards.
version of this kit had a longer screw for the front and did not need
the insert for some guards. All kits now include three matching screws
and three inserts making it universal for those installing
Do-It-Yourself. Polymer Trigger gurads from me with preinstalled
Upgrade Screw Kits do not include the front insert and have a longer
Not interested in DIY?
Buy a Trigger Guard with the EC Screw Kit installed
Email Austin@EntirelyCrimson.com with any questions.
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