A lot of the trade-in GP-100s I understand come from Canadian law enforcement. The external hammers have simply been ground off is my understanding, effectively making the gun DAO. I don't know that for sure however.clipse said:the GP100 are generally SA/DA but some trade-ins are appearantly DA only
My GP-100 trigger is heavy! When I shot 300 rds qualifying, it gave my trigger finger a heck of a workout. I'm going to send it to a local shop fore action polishing, lighter spring, etc. After send my 1911 in to the "bugs" worked out.Trigger on these, like SP-101 is never, well rarely, totally smooth and sweet out the box but it is usually reckoned that use and dry fire will make them better. If for carry then fitting lighter spring is not probably wise tho it does make trigger feel a bit better.
Euclidean said:I'm not sure what you mean by that precisely as I would call it a double action revolver.
To me DA/SA is a self cocking gun which is double action on the very first shot and single action on all subsequent shots.