Apples and oranges, no firing pin block on a revolver that’s cocked. As for striker vs hammer micro, no difference both are around a 5 to 6 pound pull. Takes the same amount of force to discharge. Same same.I think the general belief if that the triggers on striker fired guns are by nature more user friendly. I know the latest offerings are getting in the 1911 realm but they are still "squishy". There's normally more travel and most have a trigger safety incorporated.
If we're comparing those to a Micro (or one of the other Star D descendants) remember there's not a 1911 grip safety to factor in. You're 100% correct that the trigger must be pulled to fire the pistol but you're not considering that its much easier to let the hammer drop vs release the striker. Condition 1 with a proper pocket holster a Micro and proper protocols is fine. A Micro in condition 0 essentially a revolver with the trigger cocked. Would you put that in your pocket or on your belt???
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