Originally Posted by Kegs
I have considered EAA for a long time and would have possibly made the choice to purchase on of there pistols had it not been for the service issue - plus, there are a few quirky things to their pistols anyway (sights, etc.). I am willing to bet the trigger is way better than glock (box-stock).
My standard Witness in "Wonder" finish was about 8.5# DA and 4# SA on analog scale and the one Hunter I looked over was a little less but had no scale so I will say 3# to 4# and was SA only with a slight bit of creep and no over travel. I made me think it was just enough slack to allow for glove feel. I just could not get the guy below his $750 tagged price, but in my defense it was 3 maybe 4 years ago and MSRP was about $950 at the time.
There has been several occasions since that I have wished I had bought the gun.