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Old 04-24-2017, 10:48 AM   #16
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Are there any other manufactures that make a trigger similar to the DAK that isn't striker fired? The only one I could find was the H&K LEM trigger.
The HK LEM is the only thing that comes to mind for me too for that class of gun.

I think my Ruger LCP (original model) uses some type of pre-loaded DA hammer fired system as well but I'm not 100% sure.
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Besides the H&K LEM, I can only think of a DAO semiauto, or a revolver. But the pull won't be quite like the DAK, and there will be no intermediate reset.
I'll have to take a look at LEM and DAO options then, thanks! Is a DAO revolver the one you carry on an empty cylinder?
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The HK LEM is the only thing that comes to mind for me too for that class of gun.

I think my Ruger LCP (original model) uses some type of pre-loaded DA hammer fired system as well but I'm not 100% sure.
I haven't had an HK yet, but I was looking at their VP9 and an LEM version of another model, I forget which, so I might have to check HK out.
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I'll have to take a look at LEM and DAO options then, thanks! Is a DAO revolver the one you carry on an empty cylinder?

No. That would be guns like the Colt Single Action Army and early Rugers. If the gun was dropped on the hammer, that could cause is to discharge. More modern revolvers use some sort of transfer bar to prevent that from happening, so they are carried with hammer down on a loaded chamber.

Many modern semi-autos also have an integral safety to prevent drop or inertia discharge. In the case of SIG's, there is a firing pin block safety that frees the firing pin so it can impact the cartridge primer, only when the trigger is depressed.
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No. That would be guns like the Colt Single Action Army and early Rugers. If the gun was dropped on the hammer, that could cause is to discharge. More modern revolvers use some sort of transfer bar to prevent that from happening, so they are carried with hammer down on a loaded chamber.

Many modern semi-autos also have an integral safety to prevent drop or inertia discharge. In the case of SIG's, there is a firing pin block safety that frees the firing pin so it can impact the cartridge primer, only when the trigger is depressed.
Thanks for the explanation!
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