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  • 04/15/2019 12:35 PM CT
    by Richard C - Lifetime Points: 2046 Best
  • Matt - Striker fired - not really single or double action, but many do classify them as double action, because the trigger pull is the same for every shot. The "N/A" is entirely accurate in this case.

  • 04/15/2019 06:18 PM CT
    by randy i - Lifetime Points: 18667
  • no it is a striker fire gun which is not really a single action or a double action. In a single action gun the trigger releases the cocked hammer the round fires and the action of the gun recockes it again for the next shot. In a Double action the hammer starts in a down position and the trigger pull brings the hammer back and releases it to fire the gun a striker fired gun (like this one) does not have a

  • 04/15/2019 11:42 AM CT
    by James G - Lifetime Points: 39588
  • Matthew, the action is Striker fired same as a Glock. ---- [Walther PPQ Q5 Match, Striker Fired, Full Size, 9MM, 5" Barrel, Polymer Frame, Black Finish, Fixed Sights, 15Rd, 3 Magazines]

  • 04/15/2019 11:31 AM CT
    by Christopher N - Lifetime Points: 280
  • It is striker fired which most manufacturers consider double action only. Same trigger pull every time.

  • 04/15/2019 10:07 AM CT
    by wendell o - Lifetime Points: 304
  • This is a striker fired gun and is not single or double action