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I can't think of a DA/SA trigger that works without a hammer, or a striker with a DA/SA trigger. But where are they being conflated?

FWIW. http://www.waltherarms.com/handguns/p99/#

The systems do tend to be associated enough with the triggers that people have referred to them as though the terms were interchangeable - and this after DAO hammer-fired pistols were the "next big thing" some years back.
 
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Has anyone else heard this stuff about the traditional DA/SA hammer fired pistols being done? I had and thought that it was horsesh*t until I talked to a buddy of mine who is an LEO and armorer for a fairly large city and he said the future was striker fired polymer pistols, 1911s and some niche stuff. Maybe I'll check out the 320. Have to sell some Sigs to do it.


Bet he heard that shit on CNN


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Has anyone else heard this stuff about the traditional DA/SA hammer fired pistols being done? I had and thought that it was horsesh*t until I talked to a buddy of mine who is an LEO and armorer for a fairly large city and he said the future was striker fired polymer pistols, 1911s and some niche stuff. Maybe I'll check out the 320. Have to sell some Sigs to do it.


Bet he heard that shit on CNN


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I can't think of a DA/SA trigger that works without a hammer, or a striker with a DA/SA trigger. But where are they being conflated?

Just one example is the Walther P99, a DA/SA with striker. There are hammer-fired guns with a partially cocked hammer, the trigger completing the cocking action and firing the cartridge. (examples: second generation Ruger LCP, S&W metal-frame DAO) IIRC, the Springfield XD is a pure single-action; the striker is fully cocked every time with the trigger providing no cocking action. The trigger system and firing system have nothing to do with one another.


 
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I can't think of a DA/SA trigger that works without a hammer, or a striker with a DA/SA trigger. But where are they being conflated?
The trigger system and firing system have nothing to do with one another.


I know. Let me put it this way-when discussing a topic like this, I think it's acceptable to use the term "striker" loosely. Striker fired implies a common type of trigger pull. DA/SA generally means hammer fired. If I say I prefer DA/SA over striker, I feel like most people will understand that. If you think that's a sloppy standard for the level of discussion here, I guess we just differ on what's acceptable.

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I decided to bury any desire for the CZ p10c until next year until this striker thing has been vetted Wink. The Beretta followed me home today. I enjoy DA/SA...

 
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Well, today kind of settled it for me. I shot my Sig 320 Tacops for the first time , and I must say, I like that trigger. Way better than any Glock and even better than my S&W Shield. The Da/SAs maybe going back into the safe for a while.
 
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I decided to bury any desire for the CZ p10c until next year until this striker thing has been vetted Wink. The Beretta followed me home today. I enjoy DA/SA...


Very nice. Beretta 92's have one of the smoothest actions of any firearm out there. Guns like this should be really cheap now, Yeager just announced that DA/SA hammer fired guns are dead!


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The Beretta followed me home today. I enjoy DA/SA...



One of those will end up following me home before the year is out, I just know it. LOL Big Grin


Ran across this poor, dead thing last week. Looked like it needed a new home. Wink



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I decided to bury any desire for the CZ p10c until next year until this striker thing has been vetted Wink. The Beretta followed me home today. I enjoy DA/SA...



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Lol, I just came in to a Wilson Combat 92G Brig Tactical. It is an absolute dream to shoot.
So no, guns like that one will never be dead
 
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Oh.

Well, shit.

James Yeager says they're dead, so it must be true:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJbDgymmwAg

And anyone who says otherwise is wrong, it's indisputable, and blah blah blah...

I guess that settles THAT.
 
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