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Old 03-20-2012, 04:55 AM   #1
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What are some 380's that have a more 'normal' trigger pull compared to the mile long pull of the LC9, etc. Are there any out there that are DA/SA?



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The Sig P238 is a SAO but the trigger pull is very nice, in my opinion.



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I think the Bersa Thunder 380 is DA & SA - Had one shortly but cant remember

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Yes the bersa thunders are da/sa altho i think they have one dao model. The ones i have, have really decent triggers. They are a little gritty for the first thousand trigger pulls or so till the machine burrs work out. But i would say the triggers are much better than what you find in most full size da/sa, glocks, ruger, and sw guns.

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Beretta 84/85, Browning BDA (made by Beretta). Traditional DA/SA triggers. Far easier to shoot than the "combat triggers" on most sub compact .380's

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Kahr P380

Have not fired one but I do have the PM9 and have found all Kahr triggers, while a long pull, to be consistant, smooth, with no stacking. Best DA only triggers i've found in any pistol.

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how about the old Beretta 70S model in .380.... anyone here fire one before?

i think they're a bit older then the other models mentioned in this thread.

i have a beretta 96D centurion in .40 S&W that is DAO and has what often seems like an eternal mushy trigger pull, but that usually after shooting a gun with a nice smooth trigger.



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