What does a short reset trigger do?

A short-reset trigger decreases the reset distance of the standard trigger configuration by about 60 percent. This gives the shooter a speed advantage if the trigger-manipulation method used is to release the trigger only to reset after firing a shot.

What is an SRT kit?

The “SRT” abbreviation always refers to the Short Reset Trigger Kit that modifies the reset action, regardless of whether the gun has the Standard, Short, or some aftermarket trigger.

What is P226R?

The SIG Sauer P226R (later shortened to simply P226) is a Swiss-German pistol developed from the original P226. The P226R is fitted with a picatinny rail on the underside of the barrel.

What is the trigger pull on a SIG P226?

Whenever anyone mentions the SIG P226 Legion, they always rave about its DA/SA trigger. Why? Only because it’s one of the best triggers many shooters have felt. The double-action trigger pull weight is about 10 pounds, while the single-action pull is around 4 to 4.5 pounds.

What does SIG SRT do?

The SRT is a replacement sear assembly that reduces trigger reset to about 1/4 of an inch in the SIG Classic Pistol line (P226, P220, P228,P229, P239). This enables the shooter to fire more rapdily and precisely because finger movement is reduced.

Does Sig Sauer P220 have safety?

The P220 does away with the manual safety altogether, relying on the long and heavy double action pull and internal safeties for safe operation. The decocker is moved to a separate lever that acts only as a decocker.

What sidearm do Navy SEALs carry?

P226 MK25
Once reserved only for an elite few, the MK25 delivers the advanced features that made the P226 the official sidearm of the U.S. Navy SEALs.

Why do sigs not have a safety?

Since movement of the trigger bar disengages the other safeties, the P320’s discharge upon dropping was caused by movement of the trigger and trigger bar upon the drop, which could not have happened with a trigger safety.