I noticed may of the new pocket guns like the Kel Tec have a hamer that is not true double action or single action either. When a round is in the chamber it seems it is cocked about half way. Do you know why they are doing this. Why not have it true double action or completely cocked? I noticed the new smallest sig 9mm has a hamer that looks only cocked about 10% but it does not have a second strike capability. The new solo is striker fired single action. The new Taurus slim pocket gun has a completely cocked stiker. In the past it seems many people frowned on carrying cocked guns. Now they are using cocked guns for pocket guns. Do you know how this is precieved in court? I know the Glock does not have a second strike capabilty but it has 3 safties built in and I have heard that even if it had no safties the striker is not pulled back far enough to have enough inertia to set of a round until the trigger is pulled back and it is cocked the rest of the way.