GUN Sig P226R DAK

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  1. Bigsnake

    Bigsnake OT Supporter

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    Played with one today at the gun store. The grip feels awesome in your hand and the double action is so smooth. :wackit:

    I should have bought one instead of the G34 and the S&W .44 :o
     
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    sell the g34 and the 44, get the sig
     
  3. Bigsnake

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    Your logical solution is beyond me.
     
  4. Bigsnake

    Bigsnake OT Supporter

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    Sig threads aren't as popular as Glock or XD thread it seems
     
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    01_Cruiser An American Classic OT Supporter

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    It's because there isnt anything to hate about Sigs. Glocks blow up, XD's rust, but sigs are just there...i guess they make pretty paperweights :mamoru:
     
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    my logical solution is this- your glock and 44, arnt even a 1/10th as sexy as a sig 226
     
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    spyder007 Bаnned bу Ѕuреr Μоdеrаtоrs

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    bought one a few weeks ago. i'm happy
     
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    my friends bro got a 229, cant wait to fire that thing.
     
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    I have a 229 DAK and I love the DAK trigger.
     
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    Has does it compare to the HK LEM trigger? I absolutely hate that trigger. :down:
     
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    Platinum_Thunder Reliability for life and liberty

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    that honestly might be my next gun :o
     
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    I can't get rid of the .44 now that I have it. That thing is fun to shoot.

    And I like the G34 but am having trouble finding a holster I like for it. Want it to be IPSC legal too.

    I don't know enough about Sigs yet. I need to go shoot a DAK one. I felt one in the gun store and it was super nice.
     
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    I just got a 226, its nice :wiggle:
     
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    Haven't used an HK with a LEM trigger (yet). I do love my DAK though. Once you get used to there not being a "break" and just start slapping the trigger, it's awesome. First time I took mine to the range, after a couple of magazines I "got it". I put 3 magazines rapid-fire into the X ring (about 2x3 on the target I was using) at 10 yards. It instantly became my favorite pistol.
     
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    so we have 2 people in this thread that have one, yet no pics:ugh:
     
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    My camera is ass and Fuji Finepix F10's seem to be impossible to actually obtain, so no pics of mine yet.
     
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    On the DAK trigger, when you fire, do you have to completely releash the trigger to it's starting point to be able to fire again? Hmmm, if that makes sense. :o
     
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    Yes. The trigger resets fully (since there is no SA position for the hammer).
     
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    I imagine the rolled carbon steel ones rust, but the stainless and alloy models should be pretty resistant. Sig's nitron finish holds up very well. Unlike the latex house paint Beretta uses :squint: .

    The triggers do take about a 100 rounds or so to break in. The finish on the hammer and trigger is very ...flat? Like chalkboard flat. Takes some time for the friction points to wear smooth.
     

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