Double vs. Single Action

PaulyBagODonutz

Intelligent Gun Owner
Apr 2, 2021
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Hidden in Texas
You must be afraid someone is going to come to your house and steal your guns, if you post pictures, right?
dude. Get over yourself. Just scroll past anything I post. You aren’t informative on anything you post. You’re just lolligagging around the forum at 1:30 in the morning trying to instigate.

didn’t you say you had me on ignore anyways?
 

Axxe55

Just me and the dog.
Dec 15, 2019
16,620
113
In the Deep East Texas Pineywoods!
dude. Get over yourself. Just scroll past anything I post. You aren’t informative on anything you post. You’re just lolligagging around the forum at 1:30 in the morning trying to instigate.

didn’t you say you had me on ignore anyways?
I never said I had you on ignore. Don't flatter yourself!

I simply asked a question. You aren't obligated to answer BTW.
 

Coyote9

Active Member
Jan 13, 2020
448
63
Granbury Texas
Out of all the guns I have or have shot, The only revolvers I ever shot were single action .38's for my commisioned licesense more than 25 years ago

is there enough difference between having to use the hammer and not having to, to warrant the price difference in some calibers? (like using a double action .357 or .44)

Once I got my first .380, I just prefered SA's to revolvers. But only my 9MM has 16+1 magazines. all the others are 5, 7 or 8+1.
I am primarily a target shooter so accuracy is my main goal, I did carry S&W model 19 which is a good DA/SA pistol. My carry now is a SA 1911 Kimber.. it all boils down to practice and training. I dated a Cowboy Action shooting lady in Colorado who won every shoot=off we had both in time and accuracy, she used a tuned Ruger Vaqueo .44 Magnum vs my SIG 320 my / tuned match 1911 and my HK P7.
 

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