Recently I was looking at both the glock internals view and the Kahr internals view on their respective websites... And the action is identical. Both strikers have to be 3/4 cocked before you can pull the trigger. Pulling the trigger then completes the cocking of the striker and releases it, and the energy from the cartridge locks the striker back to 3/4 cocked... The only difference I see is it takes a longer trigger pull to accomplish the same thing on the kahr... Why do they call it double action? Or why don't they call glocks double action?