Originally Posted by triplebike
The trigger smoothed out quite nicely after about 500 rds. It's not the best or the worst trigger out there. I am a bit partial to the Beretta designed triggers ( have a 92FS as well). It's way better than my CZ 75B's trigger (with same rd count). You will not go wrong with any of the Stoeger Cougars. They are extremely well designed & their price point is just ridiculously low.
I too have a 92fs. The action is very smooth, but the trigger is very rough. I know that the various 1911's I have carried just spoiled me, but it seems to me as though a company like Beretta could smooth up the sear before they release their pistols for sale to general public. I like the double action idea because it makes that first shot a bit quicker for the average guy. I am wondering if the trigger pull on a Stoeger Cougar can be lightened with a weaker main spring like you can do with a 92fs.