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    Default Sig Sauer P290

    I was just on the Sig site & ran across this -

    http://www.sigsauer.com/Products/Sho...&productid=307

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    Default Re: Sig Sauer P290

    Looks like they slipped one out before the SHOT show in a few months... Ooopsie.

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    Default Re: Sig Sauer P290

    its about time they put one out in subcompact 9mm, i wish it was da/sa

    could be my next gun. im looking for a super small carry pistol that is 100 percent, i just cant trust many companies.

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    Default Re: Sig Sauer P290

    Quote Originally Posted by den9 View Post
    its about time they put one out in subcompact 9mm, i wish it was da/sa

    could be my next gun. im looking for a super small carry pistol that is 100 percent, i just cant trust many companies.
    you are aware that sigs QC has dropped in the last 5 years?

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    Default Re: Sig Sauer P290

    What am I gonna do with a DAO Sig?
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    Default Re: Sig Sauer P290

    Nice looking gun but i cant stand DAO's

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    Default Re: Sig Sauer P290

    The SIG DAKs are wonderful. I've been carrying a SIG Sauer P229R DAK .40S&W off shift and now in retirement and love it. It starts out at 6.5# trigger and after 500 rounds is close to 5.5#. The original SIG DAO has a 10# trigger.

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    Default Re: Sig Sauer P290

    I've heard good things about the DAK's never shot one though, of all my SIG i am carrying my Sig pro 2009- sweetest trigger SIg has ever put on DA/SA gun, supposedly a 10# trigger pull but feels more like 8#
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    Default Re: Sig Sauer P290

    I am interested....

    If they work right, and are priced in the league of the working man - I might just "have to have" one of these...

    It's a 9mm picket pistol - Of course it's DAO. How are you gonna fit or manipulate a decocker on such a tiny pistol? And why would you wanna carry C/L in a pocket - OK, 238 owners, I have my flame suit on

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    Default Re: Sig Sauer P290

    Personally, I prefer the consistent 6# trigger of the P250's DAO to the 8.1# intermediary reset point of the DAK system. If the P290 has the same DAO system as the P250, it should be quite a shooter. That said, I prefer the DA/SA systems.

    IMO, a double action only system should behave the same way every time you pull and reset the trigger. The DAK system's first pull is supposed to be full travel at around 6.6#. After the shot is fired, you release the trigger to the intermediary reset point, and the next pull is 8.1# at half travel. Some like the shorter heavier pull, but I don't. I want a double action only system to do the same thing every time, no changes.

    I'm excited about the P290, I've been looking for a 9mm slim subcompact for a while now. There's no way I'm spending the money on a Kahr. This should be good.
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