Not for this specific model, but there are such triggers for competition use. I’ve also never heard of this for a law-enforcement or military pistol.I don't think I've ever heard of an SRT (Short Reset Trigger) for a striker fired P320.
The short reach was because of the curvature of the trigger meant your index finger didn’t have to go as far to reach it. That nomenclature doesn’t work with the flat trigger though. So I assumed also it meant short reset.When the axg classic was fist announced it was advertised to have a srt trigger which I thought was impossible on a Stryker fire gun. Now sig is calling it a short reach trigger lol so what the hell kind of trigger is in the axg classic?
The SRT was specific to the Classic series in standard DA/SA. Competition triggers such as Bruce Grey offers doesn't alter the reset but only the trigger weight. (which they do nicely).Not for this specific model, but there are such triggers for competition use. I’ve also never heard of this for a law-enforcement or military pistol.
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Items through that program fgo through a different standard before shipment. It will have a "W" designation before the model number.Other guns in the program are just the civilian version at a discounted price and a 3rd magazine. That's what the AXG is...it's discounted for LE and has 3 mags.
The catalog does lag in many cases. But some items will not make the catalog as they are a restricted item to certain dealers. The 320AXG Classic is one such version.Doesn't read any much different than my AXG Pro. I got a Pro cut slide, the LE/MIL doesn't....
I wasn't able to find this AXG LE/MIL in the 2021 catalog.
Yes, and this sticker is applied before they ship. I've bought about a dozen guns through their LE program. My point was there is nothing physically different about that AXG other than the 3rd magazine.Items through that program fgo through a different standard before shipment. It will have a "W" designation before the model number.