You might be able to get the same advantage from a double action only semi-auto, but except for some pocket pistols, nobody is really making those anymore.
Guess they’re unaware if Glocks
Well one round double , like a sig or Glock vs. Shooting cylinder after cylinder of double action honing those shooting skills.
No, each shot is double action, like a hammer being drawn back with the trigger in a revolver the striker pin in a Glock is also being drawn back with the trigger, at no point is a Glock single action or cocked
@Robert hope your enjoying all of these wheel gun post.
I will win you over to the revolver side.
Even the guy that invented the wheel went from a square one to a round one and felt the difference he was Amazed how smooth it was .
I’ve had some nice wheel guns, here’s a couple pics, I never cataloged my pics, hard to find, I did favor Smiths but have had others
its not that I don’t like them, they’re just not my preference
@Robert got get hip again and go back to the wheel those square’s arent as fun…
Nice revolvers , Ido think S&W makes the best DA trigger out there.
The P220 is single/Double and the wheel gun is way longer pull than the auto.
Tend to use both single action, 50 years of 1911s will do that to ya.
That why when youbmaster the DA trigger it will increase your skill set in an auto.
I trained and even qualified in a wheel gun in the police academy. And had been using one for yrs before hand. I credit that with my steady hand. When I was forced to use an auto I had zero difficulties. It truly was Soooo easy to group very well with the autos
Its like going back to the basics to become a better auto shooter.