Shorter reset?

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by circa81, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. circa81

    circa81

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    Between the Sig p250 and the DAK system, which has the shorter trigger reset? And in in regard to the DAK trigger, I mean the full reset, where the trigger is fully forward. Thanks.
     
  2. crazymoose

    crazymoose Nonentity

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    If you're not shooting the DAK trigger from the reset point (meaning you're letting it go all the way forward), then the 250 DAO and the DAK will be the same, since the trigger will be all the way forward in both cases. It will be like shooting a DA revolver.
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    rfd339 Silver Member

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    Very true. You can also let the DAK trigger release to the halfway point to reset but the trigger pull is heaver so it's more beneficial to let go all the way forward. I love the DAK trigger myself.
     
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