I recently bought a Ruger LCR revolver, and I agree with most all of the article "Initial Intent" (October/ November). My wife and I experienced the sensation that the Ruger LCR trigger pull increased dramatically during the first stage of trigger displacement but decreased substantially thereafter until the shot broke during dry-firing.
We're not complaining: This is a good thing. We both have arthritis, and our fingers seem to cramp during that final stage of trigger pull on all other double-action handguns. The Ruger LCR is the only handgun my wife can fire double-action more than a few times.