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Question for Sig owners...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by PirateRadio, Jan 28, 2008.

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  1. PirateRadio

    PirateRadio Member

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    Are Sigs (the 226 specifically) single or double action?

    If they are double, what is the trigger pull like?
     
  2. NGIB

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    They are both. If you decock on a loaded chamber, first shot is DA and the remainder are SA. I found the trigger OK.

    This is based on the 226 and P6 I own, others may be different...
     
  3. D-Man

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    It is most common to find a P226 in the standard DA/SA mode. If you go to Sigs site, it lists the trigger pull weights, and that should be pretty accurate. After a little break in the DA tends to be pretty smooth, so don't take the higher pull weight numbers to be that bad.

    There is also a DAK configuration, which attempts to give the same longer DA-styled pull for all shots. It's default pull weight is lower than the DA/SA model, but feels much different. You'll need to try one out to see if you like it.
     
  4. Darthbauer

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    Their DAK trigger is double action only.
     
  5. PirateRadio

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    Ok, so it is dual action like my 92FS.

    I've had a real taste for a Sig recently and since the tax return is on it's way... ;)
     
  6. DFW1911

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    If your 92 is DA/SA then yep, same setup.

    They're great guns - hope you enjoy yours!

    Take care,
    DFW1911
     
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