I am having trouble getting my head around what this trigger feels like.
It sounds LEMish to me, except that first shot there is tension and not the initial slack take-up as in LEM.
The shorter reset on subsequent shots is the part that sounds LEMish to me.
Do I have that right?
I got hands-on with one at the LGS last week. I can most assuredly tell you that there's no need for a G-style 'dingus' on this beast. It is a true, long, rolling, DA first pull. The closest I could liken it too would be those DAO FN Four-Nines.40's from about a decade back.
Only longer, and heavier, LOL. Just like any DA/SA gun, you then get that short-reset, lighter weight break with each subsequent shot. Providing you don't go past the reset point, of course. Then, it resets to that egregiously long and heavy starting point. (IF a DAK system were reversed, for example, the 'short' reset would be lighter, and the long reset would be heavier.)You can continuously dry-fire it also, to master that crappy first pull. No need to reset the slide.
That said, the thing is extremely well-finished for a poly-pistol. At a $400 price point, I'd be willing to try one out, but not at the $600 this dealer was trying for, LOL.
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I owned one of those FN Four Nine 40's. I liked the whole pistol, and trigger pull. It had red tritium sights, and restrike on the trigger pull.
I sold it to a friend who liked it, when I needed money to buy a Siberian Huskies's freedom from an abusive owner.
The Siberian was my best friend for 20 years. I don't regret selling the pistol for that reason.
Your sig-line says "waiting..", but it seems you HAD your Hachiko, Bro! Wow, nice to read that.
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