If you carry a handgun with a double-action trigger, use it when practicing at the range. No cheating by cocking the hammer 🙂

Striker-fired auto-pistols currently dominate both law enforcement and civilian concealed carry. These point-and-shoot firearms typically feature light, short trigger pulls, and it seems that every major manufacturer offers striker-fired models. However, there are still many in the carry community who opt for double-action carry guns. These are most commonly compact, five-shot snubbies with 2- or 3-inch barrels or larger, six- or seven-shot revolvers (most often with 2.5- or 3-inch barrels).

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