Originally Posted by XDJYo
Maybe in your case, but I know of a woman who should NOT have a revolver. Her finger naturally went straight for the trigger. Could not get it to go up towards the frame. Too much of a risk for a new shooter to have a negligent discharge. No matter what we did, it was like a magnet!
So, that's why the one true answer to this question is 'it depends'! LOL!
A trigger is a trigger, whether it is on an auto or revolver, the revolver first pull is double action, it takes more effort. During the heat of the moment with a confrontation with an attacker, she will have so much andrenalin it would not be difficult for her to take the shot