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ryank78 said:
I also think the SA/DA feature is neat, especially when I'm dry-firing
with snap caps. I don't have to cycle the slide to reset the trigger.
But after the first SA trigger pull, you're 'practicing' with a DA trigger pull... not something you'll experience in real life ( except in the incredibly rare case of a misfire/light strike)

Speaking for myself, I think that 'practicing' with a 'not-likely-to-be-encountered' DA trigger pull is almost counter-productive & misleading.

But of course, I'm a newbie... there's a strong chance I don't know what the heck I'm talking about!

I've taken to cycling my slide a half-inch or so, to reset the light SA trigger pull.
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