Hickok45 doesn’t want to say it so I will: double action to single action handguns are a lousy idea. They only exist to compensate for a lack of trigger discipline. Long hard trigger pull for safety, followed by short easier pulls for accuracy. While I understand that police, military and your average yutz subconsciously “registers” their handgun’s trigger (i.e. make contact with the go pedal) immediately before letting loose the ballistic dogs of war, there’s enough take-up in your average striker-fired Glock, Smith, XD, etc. to allow for the problem—without dishing-up two distinctly different trigger pulls. A state of affairs that reduces accuracy. Even for Hickok45. Which is saying something. That he doesn’t want to say. But I did. Am I wrong?