The DP51 is a 9x19mm Para. handgun used by the South Korean military. It was originally used by South Korean officers in the military. It feeds from a double-stack magazine that holds thirteen rounds of ammunition. The pistol is a triple-action pistol. This is the only handgun in the world that uses this style of operation. What this feature does is give you a double-action pistol with a single-action pull. You have the regular single action operation where the hammer is pre-cocked and, when the trigger is pulled, the hammer makes one single movement (down). This is the most accurate way to shoot as there is only one action taking place and there is less weight required to pull the trigger rearward. This handgun also has the standard double-action; when the trigger is pulled, the hammer goes backwards and then back forwards to fire. This requires a much heavier trigger pull, however, and makes accurate shots very difficult. What is triple action, however? It's very interesting. After you rack the slide to chamber a round, the hammer is automatically put into single-action mode. With this pistol, you can push the hammer back forward with your thumb. This puts the hammer forward as though it were in double-action mode but it retains the light trigger pull required of single-action. The only use this would have that I could find is if you had a holster that required it to have the hammer down to fit in. This would let you still fire in single-action (more or less) whereas other handguns would require the less-accurate double-action operation on the first shot.
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