Congrats... I'm a big fan of the 229. The elite is a very fine pistol
Only thing I can think of is that they wanted to avoid the absolute need to fully release the trigger but not give the shooter a real light reset that may precipitate an unintended quick second shot. For example, when I have my one and only unintentional discharge my first reaction was to tighten my hand and I almost pulled the trigger a second time. If the gun had a light reset I might have put a second round through the wall.Congrats on your beautiful SIGs. I have never understood that oddity of the DAK reset...you'd think with a shorter reset you'd get a lighter pull. :dunno
I too enjoy shooting .357 SIG on occasion from my .40 (H&K P2000). I'm glad I picked up the barrel before they went out of manufacture.
I just wish .357 ammo weren't half again as expensive as .40.
Know what you mean. I am up late debating whether to trade in my Colt SAA, which is on a display stand, for the .40 version of the Scorpion. My only problem is the threaded barrel on the Scorpion because it sticks out of the holsters and as I suspected, jab my hip. I think I will just get a non threaded barrel for $160 rather than take a few hundred dollar loss in a trade. Then again I always do the same thing. I love all metal guns that feel substantial in my hand and after buying them end up carrying my lighter and thinner guns and selling the heavier guns. Did this about three times this year already. However I am thinking now that I will probably never use my carry gun so why buy 8 carry guns. It makes more sense to buy guns that are fun at the range as they will be used once a month or more. So I have a .357 snub nose and 9mm M&P Shield plus an LCP and NAA mini revolver so I think I have all the CCW bases covered with my Sigs available for ccw also if needed.Very nice additions, congrats. I love my Sigs and want to get more.