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While doing some dry fire practice, I have noticed that my M9A1 trigger does not seem to reset.
I pull the trigger, good click, continue to pull trigger, manualy rack the slide, slowly allow the trigger to go forward, it comes to the full forward position without any noticably (feel or audible) reset.
Is this a problem?
Pistol is brand new, never fired.
I have only lubed it.
 

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It will reset with the trigger back or released.
What I was trying to explain is the audible/felt click that most pistols make when the slide has been cycled and you slowly let the trigger go forward.
 

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Pretty normal. The Steyr re set is a lot softer feeling and less audible than a Glock or other striker fired pistols.

I'll bet after a few hundred rounds you end up with a really nice trigger
 
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