DAK vs DA/SA trigger for the Sig 226?

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    Senior Member Array rfurtkamp's Avatar
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    I have sold and carried SIG since Browning, imported them,
    Send me your FFL and I'll be happy to cut you in on any DAOs we have laying in the safe for dirt cheap. Gunbroker and gunsamerica didn't sell 'em either, so it must not be working at 'the end of the world.'

    there is no way that the DA/SA,,DAO, which I have several of is as smooth as the DAK.
    I did an A/B with my regular carry guns, both Sigs. It was moderately better than my 239, and not as nice as my regular carry 226.

    Sorry I didn't have the other eight on hand to compare to, but being at the end of the world and stirring my crock of crap.
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    You'll have to try it out for yourself and see what you think. There are people that love a GLOCK trigger and will shoot nothing else, the same goes for 1911 designs and DA/SA as well as DAO (revolvers etc). Isn't diversity great.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom357
    I can see how that would be. For me, it is right where I need it to be for a mag change - close to my thumb, but not risking an accidental release.
    Releasing the slide isn't an issue for me, it's when I go to lock the slide back that it gets me. My thumb goes to where the lock is on the rest of my pistols.
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    Thanks guys, my friend tried out the DAK at the Sig shot at the SHOT show and liked it, said it is good for cadence but still preferred the DA/SA. I asked my gundealer to order the SS Sig 226 9mm, but the distributor does not know when they will get one, so I have to wait. Sigh..

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