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Old 11-10-2015, 03:39 PM   #16
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I own a P227 that has had a SRT job on it. There is no need to pull and hold the trigger and rack the slide. Just make sure the firearm is safe and simply pull the trigger in DA mode and release. Trigger should instantly reset if a SRT. JMHO.
If you stop the forward motion of the trigger after 1/8 inch reset and then pull the trigger back, what cocks the Hammer?
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Old 11-11-2015, 06:09 AM   #17
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The slide cocks the hammer after the first DA trigger pull.



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If you stop the forward motion of the trigger after 1/8 inch reset and then pull the trigger back, what cocks the Hammer?
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The pistol is empty and safe. How does the slide move back to cock the hammer? (you do not need to rack it, you said)

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I own a P227 that has had a SRT job on it. There is no need to pull and hold the trigger and rack the slide. Just make sure the firearm is safe and simply pull the trigger in DA mode and release. Trigger should instantly reset if a SRT. JMHO.
At any rate, non of my SRT equipted pistols have a short reset when dryfiring in DA without racking the slide.
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You've already determine that your pistol has a SRT after pulling the trigger in Da mode and releasing it. I still can't figure out what your confusion is all about.


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The pistol is empty and safe. How does the slide move back to cock the hammer? (you do not need to rack it, you said)



At any rate, non of my SRT equipted pistols have a short reset when dryfiring in DA without racking the slide.
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You've already determine that your pistol has a SRT after pulling the trigger in Da mode and releasing it. I still can't figure out what your confusion is all about.
I'm wondering where the confusion lies.
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Old 11-11-2015, 11:36 AM   #21
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Take an empty pistol you have the SRT in and pull the trigger in DA mode. Let the trigger out 1/8 of an inch forward, and then pull back the 1/8 inch.

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Take an empty pistol you have the SRT in and pull the trigger in DA mode. Let the trigger out 1/8 of an inch forward, and then pull back the 1/8 inch.

Did the trigger reset in either of your pistols?

Mine will not reset until I pull the trigger, rack the slide and then let up on the trigger.
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Here's What the Confusion is About

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I own a P227 that has had a SRT job on it. There is no need to pull and hold the trigger and rack the slide. Just make sure the firearm is safe and simply pull the trigger in DA mode and release. Trigger should instantly reset if a SRT. JMHO.
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You've already determine that your pistol has a SRT after pulling the trigger in Da mode and releasing it. I still can't figure out what your confusion is all about.
The amount of trigger travel to reset in DA mode is the same whether the pistol has a standard trigger mech or an SRT and it isn't going to reset "instantly". The SRT only shortens the travel to reset in the SA mode and that requires racking the slide while holding the trigger back to evaluate, just as fjgiie described.

PS: I think that MC knows where the confusion is at.

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Awesome pic !!!
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other two pictures in op


SRT sear, Safety lever, hammer pivot pin





No SRT in this pistol
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Old 03-24-2016, 08:28 AM   #25
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Thought it might be useful to folks to be able to identify an SRT or Standard Reset equipped pistol by just removing the slide and looking for these key "tells":

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Old 04-12-2016, 06:28 PM   #26
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And remember...

There's NO TRIGGER in an SRT Kit!

There's NO Trigger in a Short Reset Trigger Kit - Real Gun Reviews
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Awesome little infographic ThnkFrst. Thanks!
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Trigger reset after SRT kit installed:

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This worked. It has the Short Reset Trigger. I had forgotten about this method of checking. Thank you.
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That is the way I was checking and it was in error. Hold the trigger and racking the slide and releasing the trigger worked.
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