I think the most popular trigger jobs seem to be from people that have a drop-in kit (with some tweaking). You have your factory original parts returned with the gun, so you can put them back into the gun prior to returning it for service (if needed). As far as other limitations to the warranty, I think only SA could answer such a question. Some may be able to express their opinion, but only SA can actually tell you if an action would void the manufacturer warranty.For example, I want to get a PRP trigger job, but was wondering how that effects the warranty from Springfield Armory ??
And what other things would void the warranty if any, other than the trigger job ?
thanks.. . . I'll call them I suppose..