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I was looking at the long slides and compacts today and noticed that they were listed as DAO is this true? I really love the triger on my 24/7 pro one of the things that has me looking at a 24/7 based model again. If any of you guys have a compact and or long slide and could chime in here that would be great.
 

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If you can hold the gun it's easy to check.
Make sure its empty.
Rack the slide and pull the trigger.

If it's SA/DA the first shot will be a short pull at the end of the stroke.
Without racking the slide pull the trigger again.
Second shot will be a long hard pull that releases at the end of the stroke

If it's DOA both shots will have a long hard pull.
I Don't think Taurus is making their semi autos with DOA any more.
Seems like their all SA/DA, not DA/SA like other manufacturers.

DA/SA is totally different. First shot after racking the slide is a long hard pull.
If the gun fires all shot afterwards is a short pull.
No second strike capability.
If gun doesn't fire you must rack the slide.

I think the DA/SA trigger is for LEO's who claimed it just went off when they pulled the gun. Some thing to due with insurance, I think. During high stress events even highly trained people are seem with their finger on the trigger. End up with ND. :mad:
 

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Taurus is a little slow on updating their web sight. Most of the mil pro's and 24/7 are listed as DOA but I know they haven't made the mil pro in DOA for close to a year.

Got my PT111 and PT145 back in March and they're both SA/DA.

Think the new OSS has a different trigger. Not sure what type.
 
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