Originally Posted by drvsafe
Lots of people prefer the long DAO trigger pull. I am getting very used to my Nano's trigger now and am getting quite proficient with it. It is a bit on the long and heavy side but it seems to make me focus more on a smooth trigger pull.
I adjusted pretty quickly to the trigger, so it wasn't a biggy. I felt my groupings were tighter with the p250 than my issued Glock.
Now granted, I only ran a box through it, but that's all I needed to be sold.
I was disappointed when my department nixed it. The only cost they would have had was having it armored yearly and the ammo. The rest falls on the employees.
The constitution of the United States asserts that all power is inherent in the people, that they may exercise it by themselves, that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed! Thomas Jefferson