We all have our thoughts about revolver trigger actions. Some have trigger actions so bad that you think you need a tow truck to pull the trigger. Some single action revolvers have hair triggers and you better have the gun pointed at the target if you have your finger within the trigger guard. Hair triggers must be used with the highest safety awareness. What one person thinks about a certain gun trigger may not be the same as another person's thoughts about the same gun trigger. Some have large or strong hands while others are just the opposite which is why a person should test fire and handle any gun before buying one. Some guns are just not right even for a person with big hands. Buying a gun based on reviews sometimes is a bad idea because after we bought it and shot it we find it isn't so great a gun for us. I like a revolver trigger that is smooth and controllable that I can pull it and stop right at the point before the hammer will release. That is why I and others like the LCR so much. It has a really good trigger that is one of the best revolver triggers according to most shooter's experiences with it. I personally didn't like the SP101 trigger but yet others don't seem to mind them. IMO the double action is rather heavy and would be hard for me to stay on target pulling the trigger. It seems many owners of them put trigger kits in them and they claim it provides a great trigger. I have never shot one that had a trigger kit installed so I can only go by what they report. Many GP100 owners also install kits and fine tune the triggers claiming excellent actions then. The only GP100 I ever shot was the Match Champion which does have a good trigger action. The trigger has smooth relatively light action. The worst trigger action I ever experienced was a Taurus Judge 410/45. That was the tow truck trigger I mentioned. To me the Colt Python has the best trigger action as it is rather short, relatively light pull, and a butter smooth break for hammer drop. I have shot inexpensive yet quality revolvers that had triggers as good as expensive revolvers have. Don't assume a high dollar gun will always be better than an inexpensive one. Do yourself a favor, if possible shoot a gun like you are interested in before buying it. Perhaps you could give a review about revolvers you liked or disliked because of the triggers and why.