On another forum of completely unrelated subject matter I happened to get into a discussion with another guy about sidearms. I mentioned that I owned a G22 and the guy laughed, calling it a "poor man's pistol". At that point it becomes obvious what type of character I'm dealing with but I insisted that he expand on his opinion and what made Glock pistols so terrible. His response, "I snub my nose at DAO." I then made the claim that Glock pistols being classified as DAO is purely technical classification because the Glock trigger mechanism performs an action which would can be considered a single action during subsequent fire. So does the reset pull of the Glock trigger provide essentially the same functionality of the SA pull of a SA/DA auto, or am I just drowning in Koolaid?