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Old 07-26-2019, 11:04 AM   #1
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X series triggers!

I own both a x-five and a x-compact, I first owned the x-five and fell in love with it and with the x-carry I was hoping I could have all the pros of the x-5 in a compact package. The question I have for the sig community is that my x-compact trigger reset is extremely weak compared to the x-five anyone with both firearms that well let me know if this is normal or not would be great. I bought them both new I did call sig but all he could tell me is that they might have slight differences due to machining and equipment tolerances. But the difference is astonishing like I said the reset on my x-five is strong and is pushing back at my finger similar to a Glock where as the xcompact I practically have to intentionally move my finger to get to the reset
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Talk to Gerry Ritacco in Virginia, he is awesome on Sig Triggers and actions, did a P226 Legion, and a P239 for me, and I am extremely happy with his work. I shoot a Supermatch now with the fully adjustable trigger, but I still shoot the P239 occasionally and am very fond of it.
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Or just call THE Man, Robert Burke!

https://www.thesigarmorer.com/
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Or just call THE Man, Robert Burke!

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regular X5 for reference:

3lb trigger

Overall pull and reset substantially tightened. Trigger releases before makes vertical position.

Trigger pull is just a few millimeters. Best trigger outside my .45 and old Ruger target .22.
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Talk to Gerry Ritacco in Virginia, he is awesome on Sig Triggers and actions, did a P226 Legion, and a P239 for me, and I am extremely happy with his work. I shoot a Supermatch now with the fully adjustable trigger, but I still shoot the P239 occasionally and am very fond of it.
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Or just call THE Man, Robert Burke!

https://www.thesigarmorer.com/
regular X5 for reference:

3lb trigger

Overall pull and reset substantially tightened. Trigger releases before makes vertical position.

Trigger pull is just a few millimeters. Best trigger outside my .45 and old Ruger target .22.
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Made a call to Sig today gonna send I’m the compact just so they can look it over the guy on the phone said there shouldn’t be that much difference in the triggers I’ll keep y’all updated
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So... What was the determination?
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