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Looking to see if anyone has more information on why we can't remove the grip on the Staccato-C. I understand that it's a new product, but it seems it takes away some of the benefits of a 2011. An are there parts that you will not be able to swap out because the grip can't be removed? Like the trigger? Just an example.
 

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Trigger is easily removed with the grip on. Same as a standard 1911. Remove top end, main spring housing, grip safety, fire control group, mag release then trigger slides out.

As to why removing the grip supposedly voids the warranty???? I haven’t gotten to the bottom that one yet.
 

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Thanks, I figured the trigger could be removed as normal. It was just an example. I had seen the question posed a few times with no answer and though I would just start its own thread. I wish I would have know before NRA Indy, I would have asked them there.
 
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