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Old May 3, 2013, 02:30 PM   #35
dgludwig
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On of the things about conventional DA/SA triggers that has kept me away from them, is the fear that I will "forget" if the gun is in DA or SA mode at any given moment, and the trigger action will not be what I expect; does that happen to people who are really familiar with that type of gun?
If you are "familiar" with the gun, there should be no concerns about whether a traditional da/sa pistol is in the da or sa mode. From the draw, from wherever it's being carried, said pistol should always be in the da configuration for the first shot; all subsequent shots, of course, being in the sa mode. No worries with even a modicum of good training and practice.
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