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Old December 17th, 2012, 01:49 PM   #1
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Ruger P-Series trigger question...

I'm looking for a consensus here on the P-Series trigger mechanics. I have 3 P-series 2 P90's and a newly acquired P94.One of the P90's is a manual safety blued the other 90 is a Stainless KP90DC decocker and the P94 is a Stainless manual safety model.
When pulling the trigger on the blued P90 the trigger has a point where the trigger stages or has a click and then with a little more pull will drop the hammer.
The KP90DC and the P94 have a smooth all the way back pull with NO stage or click and with the trigger pulled almost all the way back then will drop the hammer.
Here's the question,Do any of you with the P-Series guns have this or noticed this same phenomenon?Or is this normal operation for the Stainless guns?



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....When pulling the trigger on the blued P90 the trigger has a point where the trigger stages or has a click and then with a little more pull will drop the hammer. The KP90DC and the P94 have a smooth all the way back pull with NO stage or click and with the trigger pulled almost all the way back then will drop the hammer....
LA ... While I can't speak directly regarding the P94 or P90, both my P95 and my KP345 have a smooth trigger pull to the point of hammer release in both DA and SA modes.
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My blued P89DC exhibits some smooth stacking with no noise in the last part of the squeeze.
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