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Old 05-04-2013, 12:16 PM   #1
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Hello all.. Wondering if anyone has had the pre-travel (take up) adjusted on their p-series pistols? Seems to have a considerable amount of take up when in single action mode. I'm still new to the Sig platform so I'm still adjusting. Any experience with this or opinions? Thanks!



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Old 05-04-2013, 05:44 PM   #2
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Hello all.. Wondering if anyone has had the pre-travel (take up) adjusted on their p-series pistols? Seems to have a considerable amount of take up when in single action mode. I'm still new to the Sig platform so I'm still adjusting. Any experience with this or opinions? Thanks!
With the SRT in my 226 I don't feel I have to worry about that.My bf has not felt the need to do so with his but you're talking two entirely two different trigger systems each having their own perks.Some feel the need to readjust their grip when going from the long pull of the da to the short pull of the sa of the SRT.I have not needed to change my grip in the exchange but different strokes for different folks.
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With the SRT in my 226 I don't feel I have to worry about that.My bf has not felt the need to do so with his but you're talking two entirely two different trigger systems each having their own perks.Some feel the need to readjust their grip when going from the long pull of the da to the short pull of the sa of the SRT.I have not needed to change my grip in the exchange but different strokes for different folks.
I know with more time on the Sig trigger I'll get used to it. I'm experienced with the m&p platform with the apex trigger system. The 1911 platform. And glocks with the ghost 4.5 trigger. All have fairly crisp trigger systems with very little creep. The da/sa SRT system of the sigs are quite different but extremely smooth. I'm definitely a new fan of the Sig p-series pistols. Just wondering if they're as easy to tweak to fit the owner as the other platforms. Thanks again for your responses SigArmored!
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