No. I’m interested in which manual of arms for hammer fired HKs is favored by those who choose to participate in the poll. It would be interesting to hear how many are choosing the striker fired HKs but it’s beyond the scope of what I’m trying to discern here.Not going to get into a semantics discussion this early in the week. The premise of your poll ignores the fact that the current, largest selling HK pistol is striker fired. That would lead to the conclusion that your poll is inherently flawed.
Since we're talking about flaws in your poll: LEM is not new, and I know of many people who went with it and quit. Your snapshot poll is not going to give you an answer if it is becoming more prevalent or less. My personal impression is actually the latter.I am curious how prevalent LEM is becoming.
I have zero modifications to any of my stock triggers. I learn to shoot them to the best of my ability as they come from the factory. On my LEM’s I release only to the point of reset then pull through for next shot. I do not fully release the trigger. This does take some slow fire drills for a bit to get use to the feel and that’s even from V2-V7-V1 variants. They all are just a bit different depending on the gun, caliber and LEM variant. So... a lot to learn. I obviously spend the most time mastering my main two/three that I have in my carry rotation the most.@Jslow, since you currently shoot several types, have you done any mods to the DA pull of your DA/SA HKs?
I am also curious how you shoot your LEMs. Do you release the trigger fully between each shot or do you just release to the point of reset? Or something else? All my HKs are light LEM but I shoot DA/SA SIGs and CZs.