As far as I’m concerned, it was another day at the range.
My notable observations were isolated to Ruger’s LC9s, and Geissele’s AK-47 trigger.
Ruger released the LC9s sometime in July 2014 and announced it’s Pro variation earlier in December 2014. I haven’t shot either prior to this trip, so it’s new to me. I’m aware there are some who aren’t particularly excited about the LC9s, myself included. Nevertheless I was looking forward to the LC9s Pro; however, that wasn’t available to shoot this afternoon. In any case, I do appreciate Ruger listening to the market, and coming out with new releases based on the input they’re receiving. Hopefully, I’ll have an opportunity to own the Pro variation, and may even prefer it to the Kahr PM9.
Geissele’s sister company, ALG defense, introduced the AK Trigger (AKT) for the AK47 and AK74 platform on January 9th 2015. The TAPCO G2 used to be the main player, but Geissele’s part has a lot of promise. It’s a single stage trigger with a smooth break. While I think the reset is on the lighter side, I may purchase the standard trigger to further investigate the differences between the TAPCO G2 in my Saiga and the Geissele. I like it.