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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by gjk5, Sep 8, 2006.
to get a shiny new toy:
can't wait to go to the range and see how this short little .45 barks.
uhm, that's not shiny...
And it aint a toy...
"Happines is a warm Gun"
party poopin' peckers.
Well the orange thing on it is shiny if it makes you feel any better.
those federal hydra-shoks are pretty shiny too. just sittin' here running some snap-caps through it to get used to the DA trigger.
I still keep mine cocked. The DA pull is much harder than the second shot and it throws me off.
I'll definitely keep it cocked, I've just never owned a DA and the trigger feels different even cocked than my other guns. It's got a looong light travel and then engages at the end of your pull.
You can't cock it, it's DAO on every pull of the trigger, even if you haven't pulled back the the slide.
I don't care much for DAO. My 1911A1 stays locked and cocked in its holster. I modified the thumb break so it sits tween the hammer and the frame, for a little extra safety.
I'm happily living with my DA/SA Ruger with 18 rounds on deck.
That's odd, I can feel the difference bigtime between cocked and uncocked trigger pull.
I knew that trigger felt different cocked or not, the new MilPro's are DA/SA.
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