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Maybe an OCD-esque question, but I don't think it is normal as no other pistol I have handled does this.

On my 226, when the slide is locked back and I pull the trigger it still produces an audible click, and I can feel it as well. Thoughts?
 

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So does mine. But it operates correctly when the slide is released (i.e., the hammer does not follow the slide as it is released).
 

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Why would one pull the trigger with the slide open? Just asking for **** to happen!
For those transitioning to the SIG platform it is not uncommon to have learned that to remove the slide in other platforms one must pull the trigger first.
 

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PPS1980, what you say does make sense, However I am not familiar with any system that has you lock the slide to the rear and pull the trigger! If there is one , let me know.
 

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