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SIG 226 DA trigger...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by jcalys, Jul 22, 2008.

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  1. jcalys

    jcalys Member

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    Picked up my first gun last week, a new two tone P226 in .40. I put about 300 rounds through it last weekend and I love the gun. Accurate and fits like a my hand like a glove. The DA trigger pull is a little gritty (I guess thats the word for it) during the second half of the pull until the trigger breaks. Is this something that will clear up with more shooting/dry firing or would work need to be done on it. It doesn't really bother me so much to get work done on it, I'm just curious.
     
  2. 1BLINDREF

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    Yes - dry firing will help smooth out the trigger.
    You can also go to a lighter hammer spring which will help make the trigger feel a bit nicer.

    You could also send it to Sig or Gray Guns, but I'd wait until you have 500 or so rounds/trigger pulls to see how it feels.
    Good luck with your new Sig!
     
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    Thanks, I guess I'll just have to keep shooting it... darn. :D
     
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    Yes, that and the use of *snap-caps for an additional 1000 dry trigger pulls, should bring a huge difference to the pull and what you are feeling now. May not turn out exactly what you want, but chances are good..


    Ls

    *better to error (on the side of) using, caution, on the firing pen and, using snap-caps for the dry firing.. IMHO
     
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