Howdy folks, new member to both the forum and Sig ownership. Just got a new p226 ASE (the talo model with alloy frame/ss slide). Put about 500 rounds through it yesterday after cleaning off the quart of oil it came packed in and greasing the appropriate parts with cherry balm. All in all it performed flawlessly with seven different types of ammo, from blazer 115 gr fmj plinkers to win 147 gr jhp's to three different types of Hornady +p jhp's. However, my one "complaint" is that there seems to be an unusual amount of take-up with the srt in SA. The trigger is nice and crisp, with no creep, and the take-up isn't particularly noticeable in rapid fire shooting, but when I take my time to aim carefully off the rest, the extra travel before meeting resistance seems to throw me off a bit. After switching to my S&W e series 1911 I was a little shaky and let a couple rounds fly earlier than I planned given that the 1911 trigger has basically zero take-up.
Is this a function of a firing pin safety needing to be activated? Is there anything that can be done to reduce take-up travel on the srt? As I said, I'm a sig noob, and overall I absolutely love the pistol. Just wondering if any of you sig aficionados had any feedback.