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Old 07-12-2012, 11:03 PM   #1
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I am looking to get a cz75b and I really want the Sao trigger but all I can find is da/sa. Should I wait for the Sao or just get the da/sa

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Why do want the single action?

I have a regular DA/SA. I LOVE the feel of this pistol in my hand, but i don't really love how much takeup is in my trigger. Of course, mine is used.

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Why do want the single action?

I have a regular DA/SA. I LOVE the feel of this pistol in my hand, but i don't really love how much takeup is in my trigger. Of course, mine is used.
Shorter trigger pull
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But I've never really shot a semi auto with a da/sa trigger only a revolver. Is it something you can get used too?
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But I've never really shot a semi auto with a da/sa trigger only a revolver. Is it something you can get used too?
You should try one out for a couple boxes of ammo. If you like it, you don't need to wait; if you don't, the search continues.
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You should try one out for a couple boxes of ammo. If you like it, you don't need to wait; if you don't, the search continues.
Ya I'm just gonna have to go to the range and rent one.
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I can't get used to da/sa triggers. Other people can and love it.

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I can't get used to da/sa triggers. Other people can and love it.
Ya I have a 44 mag revolver with a da/sa trigger and shoot it da but I don't know if I could get used to semi auto with da/sa
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Ya I have a 44 mag revolver with a da/sa trigger and shoot it da but I don't know if I could get used to semi auto with da/sa
That's more of what I meant. SAO or DAO is fine for be, but DA and then SA in a semi auto I can't get used to at all. My second shot always flies.
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I LOVE the feel of this pistol in my hand, but i don't really love how much takeup is in my trigger. Of course, mine is used.
Cajun Gun Works makes a trigger return spring that is light enough that the take up feels nonexistent. They also make a reduced reach trigger kit that takes a lot of the take up out of the picture. I haven’t tried the trigger but I have the spring in and it makes a lot nicer trigger on its own. I put in one of the CGW hammers, sear hook cut for SD, it has 0 creep and a clean break....highly recommended
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