DA: Double Action = When you squeeze trigger the hammer comes back until it eventually releases and weapon fires.austin92 said:Hope the OP doesn't mind me asking here, trying not to start a new thread and Learn the difference between da, sa, and dao semi autos. Any pointers?
This is all about how the hammer of a gun is cocked.....(whether or not that cocking process is handled mechanically by the gun's trigger mechanism or manually by the shooter's hand):Hope the OP doesn't mind me asking here, trying not to start a new thread and Learn the difference between da, sa, and dao semi autos. Any pointers?
Probably - yes (although I am not familiar with a Sigma)...I understand the difference with an exposed hammer. It's striker fired I was sorta lost on. Would my s&w sigma be dao?
ALL strikers are DAO. Your Sigma is included in the striker family.Would my s&w sigma be dao
Um, we use Glock pistols now too in out military. Long past the days of my day of the Beretta or my fathers or grandfathers of the 1911. I think the 1911 is still used for officers in the Navy thoAlmost every military on the planet uses hammer fired weapons WITH safeties. The exception being Austria w Glock.