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Old 11-12-2012, 09:47 PM   #1
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Default Great guns but i hate the triggers!

This is why I picked the XDM

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Old 11-13-2012, 11:57 PM   #2
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Just curious, Could you be more specific about what you don't like about the triggers?

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The reset from double action to single, for me it will be a longer to get good with it, and that's if I even do, but as soon as I have the money to spare I will pick one up p226 cause they are sweet guns

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Old 11-14-2012, 03:25 PM   #4
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This is why I picked the XDM
I don't get the intention of this thread. You don't like Sig triggers?

When I was looking for a pocket gun I looked at the LCP, a Bersa Thunder, a Kel Tec .380 and the Sig P238. After much debate and handling the guns over and over I decided on the Sig because I liked the little bit of extra weight, I liked the external safety and I thought it had the best trigger of all of them.
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Yes I wanted to see if other people that have them felt the same, I think for me I need to but one and spend more time with it

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Yes I wanted to see if other people that have them felt the same, I think for me I need to but one and spend more time with it
Ok start over, what guns do you not like the triggers on?
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Cause of double action, but this will not stop me from buying one cause the gun it self is sweet but it is last on my list to buy

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Cause of double action, but this will not stop me from buying one cause the gun it self is sweet but it is last on my list to buy
I put "sig" in my last message up top but it did not show sorry
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I put "sig" in my last message up top but it did not show sorry
You know what this convo had me thinking, I'm just going to rent a p226 at the range for a while and see if I can get to like it, cause I'm in love with the p226 scorpion
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STRIX,
Have you tried a Sig with the SRT (short reset trigger)? That is one heck of a sweeeeeet trigger. It's absolutely incredible how short the reset is.

For you, is it the transition from DA to SA that you have a hard time with? If it is, just practice, practice, practice. All you need is 15 min a day of dry fire and you will see a big improvement in no time. And the best thing about dry firing......it's FREE!

Personally, I like the "SAFE" aspect of the DA first shot followed by a light and precise SA trigger. I don't care for DA only triggers on a pistol but I do love it on revolvers.

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