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I just got a Dagger recently with the regular slide plus 10 mags and also bought a complete slide cut for my vortex venom. Now all I have to do is change the complete slide and I can shoot the red dot or open sights. I like it much better than the glocks I’ve had. Glocks for my hand never worked very well. Snappy recoil and my trigger finger got pinched often. The Dagger is accurate and fits my hand really well and the recoil is very mild. It is also very balanced and feels light even when fully loaded. I haven’t got one yet for the dagger but CYA Supply makes a pretty nice holster for the price if anyones looking.
 
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Thinking I need one of these Daggers to replace my Shield truck gun.


Have you looked at Glock's Blue Label pricing?
 
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I didn’t know Glock had blue label pricing. But, having had glocks in the past, 19,23,26,22,30s, I would now pick the Dagger even if they were the same price for the way it shoots and fits my hand. The grip angle and thickness is much better for my hand size and the I have no problem with the stock trigger at all. Time will tell but I think this is one of the best deals going for this type of handgun.
 
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Thinking I need one of these Daggers to replace my Shield truck gun.


Have you looked at Glock's Blue Label pricing?


Yes. However PSA has fixed Glocks biggest flaw, the grip.
I very very much dislike the way Glock feel in the hand. If the boss did not require Glocks I would have ZERO.

Plus, at $299 for a Dagger one is still $125 cheaper.


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I have one compact Dagger. I love the way the grip feels. Don't like the trigger.



Not minority enough!
 
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I agree with those who dislike the Dagger trigger action; pretty crappy with many if not all of the Dagger transfers I've seen that have come through our shop. And here I thought Glocks' were bad enough already.

Shot the Stoeger STR-9c G19ish clone recently; size-wise it's more of a 'tweener' between a G26 and G19 actually, something similar to how the first-gen M&P9c (now M&P9sc in 2.0 guise) used to be. Did fairly well with; felt pretty OK from a trigger standpoint, better than an out-the-box factory Glock and the ergonomics are a reasonable modification to the Glocks I'm accustomed to. Cheap price point much like the Daggers, though I'm surmising that the Turkish gun sacrifices a lot of parts compatibility with Glocks given the differences I see internally within them.


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Either I got a good one? Or I’m not bothered too much by bad triggers. The one I have was purchased around Christmas and I don’t have any issues with it. I’m comparing to my 320 compact, and S&W 2.0 compact four inch. I seem to prefer the curved trigger more than the flat faced ones, maybe that’s why. I never did like the Glock triggers probably because of the blade type and they always felt spongy to me. I was actually looking at a gen 5 19 to try again but after handling one it still felt the same to me, then I just happened to see the dagger compact and decided to try it. We’ll see how it does long term but it shoots everything I’ve put through it and pretty accurate at 18 to 20 yards. Need to work on my back yard range to make it longer and see how it does.
 
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