Women, historically, have proven partial to double-action revolvers, particularly when buying their first handgun.
With this technique, an accomplished shooter can deliver a center-mass strike about as quickly and accurately with a double-action pistol as with a single-action.
By far the largest number of King guns are Colts; some single, but most double-action revolvers.
This was in no small part due to the fact Walther offered double-action pistols long before any American gun company did.
Smith & Wesson's traditional autoloaders are unique among double-action pistols.
For years, the fact single-action sixguns were simply stronger than double-action revolvers was accepted.
What was most remarkable about these auto loaders was the fact that they offered the same trigger action as a double-action revolver.
A double-action revolver that is used for speed shooting will experience a very different type of wear than one shot with heavy loads.
The double-action pistol features a 10-round magazine and a 3.5-inch barrel.
Here's how handcuffs may be used to secure conventional double-action handguns.