GUN Sig P225 trigger reset

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  1. Soybomb

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    I don't think I'll be getting one but I've considered it. How is the trigger reset on the 225 though? I assume its just as bad as on the 226 which was a deal breaker for me. Do any of sig short reset kits for the newer guns also work on it? Is there anyone that does a safe action job on them? I'm used to my P99's and s&w semi's so I think what I'm looking for is a pretty high standard. Is it impossible?
     
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    Only one choice for a clean and safe action job. Bruce Grey aka Greyguns.

    I have shot some of his work, unbelieveable. Reset is short and crisp, DA is good even for a spoild SA shooter like me. Like I've said before, doesn't even feel like a sig anymore.
     
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    Does Bruce Grey say that his trigger reset package isn't recommended for a defensive gun? Just a CYA statement?
     
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    Well, yeah. Any sort of action job really isn't recommended on any sort of defensive weapon from a post legal ramification stand point.

    Never know what angle them slick talkin' lawyer types may drum up.
     
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    I have his short reset comprehensive duty action job on my 229R and I used to carry it daily.
     
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    Cool, might be worth a try then. I need a girl hand friendly gun and a cheap single stack 9mm might be decent.
     
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    i'd get a 239 over a 225 if you're paying full price for the 225 and not a surplus p6. that way you can change the grips to suit your gf's hands. 225 grips are hard to come by and expensive.
     
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    Of course I'm buying surplus :big grin:
     
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    I actually like the reset on my 225. I agree it is a little longer then my Glock's but after a few dozen rounds, I was about to feel the reset point to keep my pulls just as quick.
     
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    If its as long as the reset on the 226, you're nuts ;)
     
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