I have been a revolver guy all along. Though I must admit the bottom feeders our beginning to breed. I have shot all sorts and makes of revolvers. Ruger Security Six, 6 in. Ruger Security Six 4 in. Smith & Wesson model 57 8 3/8 in Barrel. Smith & Wesson J frame snubby. H&R 732 snubby, Charter Arms Parhfinder. I have never been able to master the double action trigger pull. I just assumed it took superhuman Talent like Jerry Michlalak. No matter how hard I try the barrel is pulled to the right when I pull the trigger in double action. Until I bought a Police Positive in 32 SWL. It was a service revolver and dates back to 1929. It has a service-type trigger pull. Heavy but crisp. I don't shoot it exceedingly well in single action. The pull is fairly stiff but very crisp. I do shoot it very well, in comparison, in double action. And I have no idea why. I have compared The colt to my J frame and the trigger on the J frame is closer to the front of the grip frame. The grip on the colt is smaller front to back and my middle finger is almost directly behind the trigger on the colt. My middle finger on the J frame is noticeably lower. I am 5'-7" and have relatively small hands unlike most, I assume, the factory grips feel right to me. I found that the muzzle of the Colt Rises slightly while the trigger is being pulled. But it is predictable and isn't a concern for me (or should it be?) What is it about the colt that allows me to shoot it so much better in double action? Is it pure geometry? Or is it the way Colt did their triggers?