I took my converted 92FS DAO to the range the other day

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    I took my converted 92FS DAO to the range the other day

    I've pretty much preferred the traditional DA/SA in semis or a Glock-like trigger. But something about DAO is appealing to me. So a while back I converted one of my 92FS's to DAO.

    I took it to the range, fired 100 rounds DAO, and was very pleased at the result. After the session, I put my DA/SA 92FS in the box and stuck the 92FS DAO in my holster. I was that impressed with it.
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    If it wasn't for the expense I'd like to try a DAO SIG .... at present my only DAO is the R9 but - there is a lot to be said for that consistency of pull.

    However, I do find now with any of my three SIG's that these days in rapid fire use I really hardly notice the DA pull much any more.
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    Tangle, you did put a "D spring" in it, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyC View Post
    Tangle, you did put a "D spring" in it, right?
    Yep, and a number of other things as well.
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    I just can't get too into my 92D. The trigger pull is too heavy IMHO for sustained range trips. After 50 rounds, my trigger finger is usually screaming at the rest of me in protest.

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