Was at an IDPA match yesterday shooting the bull with a fellow shooter and we got to talking about different guns and whatnot. I was shooting a Sig P226 (a DA/SA gun) that day and my fellow shooter remarked that he has a P229 that he wants to try someday but he is concerned about the DA/SA trigger. He mentioned one of the downsides of DA/SA in competition is having to learn two different triggers. My take on that is to just pull the trigger until it goes bang. The trigger on a DA/SA always resets to the same position so it is largely an non issue. He is a Glock/M&P shooter and I remarked that while the reset on a Striker fired gun is usually very short, you go to a full forward trigger position when transitioning to a new shooting position or after a reload. I argued that because of that, Striker fired shooters really have to learn two triggers depending on if you let the trigger out all the way or are taking another shot right away. What says THR? Which platform has a longer learning curve to proficiency when it comes to triggers? Am I off base or missing something? Please note: this is not an argument that the DA/SA being superior to anything, it is just a comparison between the two platforms and I found the discussion interesting. Cliff Notes: 1. DA/SA always resets to the same position regardless of after a reload or transitioning to another shooting position. 2. Striker fired guns reset to full forward when the finger comes off the trigger. 3. Therefore, Striker fired shooters have more of a learning curve when it comes to trigger management and "Learning"???