I did have this same issue, sold the XDS and bought a Colt Defender.
Problem solved... ;-)
Problem solved... ;-)
That is also why I was interested in getting the PPQ. I thought it would be good to learn something new. I have only shot 1911's over the last 15 years and over a period of 10 in the middle of that I did not shot much at all. I feel I am more than competent with the 1911 but will admit that I will never be a "shootist". Like golf I like to think that if I could practice enough I could get pretty good but I probably don't have the god given talent to be great. I just want to keep improving.As a shooter who has been shooting for over 4 decades I can say that good shooters shoot anything good. As to your question, it will depend on whether you are a good shooter or just a shooter who can shoot one type of gun good. These days we have lots of people who can shoot one type of gun good but hand them a different gun and they have to learn all over again. Others have good trigger control and can shoot any gun well by applying their trigger control technique to the gun in hand. A DA gun is less forgiving of less than perfect trigger control than a SA gun is. All I can suggest is that you try it and see for yourself which type of shooter you are. No shame if you have problems with striker fired because you never shot them before but if you want to be a shootist rather than a one gun pony, you will invest the time to learn to shoot all kinds of kinds well. Think of it like golf. Some guys are great putters but cannot drive the ball well due to the use of a different club. It is the same way in shooting. To be well rounded you need to master all the clubs. BTW, striker fired guns are easy. Get yourself a revolver and shoot that until you master it and everything else will seem easy to you.
This^^^^ The only problem I ever had was with my m&p compact. But with regular practice I became better with said gun. Practice practice practice. Youll do fine.I don't have any problems transitioning from hammer to striker to DA/SA to revolver or whatever, so I can't help you out other than suggest practicing.