posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 11:51 AM
Here's a question to pose to you guys and the forum.
I have mostly owned Glock firearms and therefore, striker-fired pistols. My .40 cal S&W PPS Slim Line was also striker-fired. Needless to say, I'm
comfortable with this mechanism, trigger and safety mechanics, etc. I'm less familiar with SA/DA or DAO mechanisms. Everyone knows the BodyGuard .380
has a long and heavy trigger pull. It has an internal hammer, so am I to assume this pistol is double-action only? It surprised me that every trigger
pull was the same, which doesn't particularly bother me because I'm used to that because of my Glock. I tried to find a weight on the pull but
couldn't locate it. I understand, for example, the Army's M9, can be single-action on the first shot and double-action on subsequent shots, because
of the external hammer.
On a side note, the pistol I purhased did not come with the two wrenches necessary to change the battery for the laser. I'm pretty sure it was a
display model but I'm going to need those keys at some point.