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Old April 16th, 2012, 04:32 PM   #1
 
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SR40 Trigger Pull

I am thinking of getting an SR40 and am wondering about the DAO trigger pull. How does the trigger pull of the SR40 compare to that of my LC9 and my LCR?



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It doesn't. It's far, far better. I find it very controlable and you can feel what it's doing. I ddi polish my connector bar but I love it as is.
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The trigger on the SR40 is striker fired. Much much better than the DAO hammer in the LCP or LC9.
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See if you can dry fire one at LGS. I loved mine right out of the box, others not so much. Plan to get SS guide rod but debating a trigger job because factory one is nice. I won't buy a firearm if I can't at least get a 'hands on' of the model somewhere.
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I am thinking of getting an SR40 and am wondering about the DAO trigger pull. How does the trigger pull of the SR40 compare to that of my LC9 and my LCR?
I have both, and the trigger on the SR40 is far superior to the LC9 trigger.

One reason is the LC9 has a long, heavy pull and is hammer fired; the SR40 has a smooth, light, short pull because it is striker fired.
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