The other thread about HKs not getting love brought up a question in my mind regarding the V1 DA/SA trigger. I thought I'd post here so I don't derail that thread.
Due to ammo being harder to find I have been dry firing the pistol quite a bit with some snap caps. I figured the nice thing about it being a DA pistol is that I don't have to rack the side everytime to practice with the trigger. When I dry fire the pistol the DA trigger is very long and very heavy. And the hammer returns all the way back into the little well up against the firing pin. When I decock the hammer from SA mode to DA mode the hammer appears to not fall as far forward when I'm dry firing. I also notice that the trigger pull is not as long. Is this something that I should be concerned about?
Another thing I noticed was when I was firing in SA I was having issues finding the trigger reset. It seems that I would think I hit the reset when I feel a small click after just releasing pressure off the trigger that turned out to be a false reset. Is there anything I can do to remedy the issue? It seems to be more of an issue with me than the gun.
As an FYI the guns I'm used to shooting are Glocks and other striker fired type guns so it could just be the DA/SA trigger system that is messing me up. As I stated in the other thread dry firing in DA mode has caused me to shoot my G19 better as far as my trigger pull is concerned.