Double action or single action. What is it?
Okay I have a wide variety of pistols and revolvers.
Correct me if I am wrong.
In order for a pistol to be classified as a double action it should be able to fire without the slide cycling.
Example: Unload your pistol - replace the magazine (unloaded) knowing the pistol is 100% unloaded and pull the trigger.
Then pull the trigger again without racking the slide.
If it does not cock the hammer to shoot without racking the slide it is a single action.
Then tell me why so many of the striker fired pistols are classified as double action and they will not cock the hammer without cycling the slide.
What am I missing here?