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    Default Best Striker fired Trigger EVER PERIOD


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    The secretís out!
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    He's right.
    But to me, if one existed, a striker fired whose trigger that was somehow close to being indistinguishable from a 1911 trigger, and also had a sweep down manual safety on it would reign supreme.

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    Iím so glad that debate has finally been settled.

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    If I wanted a all steel, compact single stack, 9mm, striker fired pistol with a great trigger, it would be a HK P7. Compares more closely to a T9 but that's pretty much a moot point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dao View Post
    He's right.
    But to me, if one existed, a striker fired whose trigger that was somehow close to being indistinguishable from a 1911 trigger, and also had a sweep down manual safety on it would reign supreme.
    A S&W M&P has a trigger pull VERY close to a 1911.

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    I've hear the 2.0 trigger is better (a lot better), than the first gen. But I've never before heard someone say it is close to a 1911. Have yet to hold one. Is your statement based on a manual safety model? Don't know if that makes a difference in the M&P world, but it might.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dao View Post
    I've hear the 2.0 trigger is better (a lot better), than the first gen. But I've never before heard someone say it is close to a 1911. Have yet to hold one. Is your statement based on a manual safety model? Don't know if that makes a difference in the M&P world, but it might.
    Apples and oranges..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by berettabone View Post
    Apples and oranges..............
    Agreed. There is no other handgun that is indistinguishable to a 1911. The Para Ordnance LDA might be the closest thing. It's a nothing long pull, like a Kahr up to a wall where it becomes a 1911. It has the down swept safety too.
    I have 3, well actually 2 now, I gave my youngest son my favorite for graduation. When working none of the officer much cared for it, thought it was strange, maybe kind of like people who don't like the Kahr?
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    The closest thing to a 1911 trigger, that I have personally fired, is the CZ Shadow II. 3.5 pounds, short and sweet. The Sig Legion is supposed to be close also, but have never fired one. (None are striker fired)
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