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.john2005 said: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
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 recommendedI 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.
I own a few DA/SA guns and enjoy them but I would never CCW a DA/SA.Ya I'm just gonna have to go to the range and rent one.
IMHO the purpose of DA/SA is to sell guns to government agency's who are more concerned with cops having ND's than with gun performance.Isn't the reason for a da/sa with a decocker is that the trigger pull is heavy enough that you can carry safty off,hammer down,with one in the camber?...wouldn't lightening the pull be counter intuitive?
It’s all about the shooter , their training and preference. Novice shooters? then I think you are on the right path with your thinking, it is a safety feature to have a heavy first pull.Isn't the reason for a da/sa with a decocker is that the trigger pull is heavy enough that you can carry safty off,hammer down,with one in the camber?...wouldn't lightening the pull be counter intuitive?