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    Default Re: polymer question.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt.K View Post
    Have you not shot one? That's the only reasonable explanation for that question...
    Of course. Quite a few and also own a range officer elite operator but that wasnít exactly answering my question. If itís feel. If itís geometry if itís pull weight etc. if we compare single action to single action my tanfoglio stock 2 trigger in sa is head and shoulders above the 1911s Iíve shot so thatís why i wanted to know what about I️t was appealing to him

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    Default Re: polymer question.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Ghost is the glock answer to crap trigger. Ruger LC9s proves strikers can have a good trigger from the factory. P230 has a decent trigger. JMB made some all steel strikers that feel good.
    That is because nearly ever JMB striker was fully cocked and the sear merely released the striker, and many were straight pull triggers(no pivot). ...you didn't have that mush of cocking the striker the rest of the way, nor the arc of a hinged trigger.
    RIP: SFN, 1861, twoeggsup, Lambo, jamesjo, JayBell, 32 Magnum, Pro2A, mrwildroot, dregan, Frenchy, Fragger, ungawa.

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    Default Re: polymer question.

    Quote Originally Posted by glc View Post
    Do you know anyone with a FN? I can't speak for all models, but the FNX45T has a phenomenal trigger. It is very smooth.
    ^^^This^^^ the FN FNX 9,40 or 45 is what you seek, I have the standard 45 (nonTac, couldn't justify nearly twice the price for the RMR mounting or suppressor compatibility, way too $$$ when finished for my budget ) either of which I'll never use for a carry gun. I sold my 1911 of 30 years to purchase it, do not regret. The trigger is wonderful and you can carry cocked and locked if desired, I also have a HK USP Compact 40 which is equally good and functions the same in V1 trigger option. also on both of these the controls are in the exact location as the 1911 so the transition is easy

    I've never been a fan of striker fired handguns, but I'm seeing an FN FNS 9 compact in my future. And this is from a guy who wouldn't even consider a aluminum frame handgun 20 -30 years ago, my go to pistols are polymer, still keeping all my revolvers steel for now
    Last edited by SgtRecon; November 8th, 2017 at 07:27 PM.

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    Default Re: polymer question.

    Nobody here has even dry fired a Canik TP9SFX????

    Bestest factory trigger in a polymer gun I have ever felt.
    No participation trophies 'round here...

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    Default Re: polymer question.

    The cz p10c is right there as well. Very close between them.

    Walther has a good one as well.

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