Discussion in 'On Topic' started by krott5333, Jan 26, 2007.
for me its a tie between a tec-9 and a S&W Sigma
both made me
Ruger P-Series have a 1/4 mile trigger pull
my 340pd trigger is pretty damn heavy. I really need to get that done
Mac-10 clone SMG I shot a couple of weeks ago.
Stoeger/Beretta Cougar DA, and HK USP DA.
Single action on both are fine.
HK USP ... and I own one. It's the one thing I can't stand about it.
Well used M-2HB at Knox, 25 degrees out, bad timing job. Almost couldn't get it to fire!
beretta 92's have a pretty long pull
I dont think my Tec is that bad of the guns I own the H&K sucks the worst.
My friends got an old .38 from the 20's or 30's I think its a smith but it might be a colt thats probably the worst trigger I ever felt.
kel tec p3at
Colt AR15 I shot a few weeks ago.
Very nice varminter set-up with a beautiful scope, but the trigger was really
vague......just pulled until it went bang, no real break to it.
An Iver Johnson .32
Of course it was like 90 years old and probably spent most of that time rotting in a garage.
Cheap .38 snub nose
WASR 10... Trigger slap outta no where... now after about 2k rnds the trigger slap has gone away, but its still a shitty pull
either my friends Marlin .22, which horribly heavy and creepy, or my other friends Savage .243 which feels like about 8lbs.
ruger p series autos
The DA sucks but the SA isn't that bad...
The training M-9s at any AFB.
Yeah, my HK's DA pull is pretty bad. I never thought so until I got the Kimber and settled into it.
I don't understand about the KelTec's though... I mean it's a DA only, it's going to be long, but I don't think it's at all bad for what it is, it's pretty smooth. I love my .380, just squeeze away, it's not really a precision shooting weapon anyway so maybe I just don't hold it to the same standards...