Very true---And he didn't ask about any of themNone of the replies to my post affects my opinion of SAO. All of the Rugers I suggested shoot BOTH SA and DA. And, they are quite accurate in SA mode. The mere fact that a revolver shoots only SA does not make it more accurate than one which shoots both SA and DA. I know; I have three of them.
Furthermore, SAO isn't any less expensive, either.
GP100 - Medium frame DA/SA
A single action .22 makes a good understudy for the larger caliber single actions. A large caliber single action makes sense as to frame strength, comfort of grip, and ease of extraction. One-at-a-time extraction eases the ejection of swollen cases which may be difficult with multiple extraction revolvers.None of those. Rather, GP, SP, Redhawk. I don't understand the practical (non-competition) appeal of SAO.