Thanks Steve, they are great plinkers but not serious match pistols. The triggers are far away from the Walther Olympia 1936 model, or its successor the Haemmerli 200 series. The earlier Manurhin models often have the problem with the hammer following the slide. That had given me some headache and I had to figure it out at a time when there was no internet and we did not have an information exchange like today. So much for the good old time.Damn, Andy, that is a nice passel of Sports!
I don't believe that's always true. I've got a Manurhin Sport-L with spur hammer and adjustable sights and it's DA/SA.The PP Sport of the owner should be single action only, since it has the hammer spur and larger adjustable sights. The SA/DA version has the regular rounded hammer.
I bought it used so I suppose it's possible. But wouldn't it be difficult to convert a SAO hammer to operate DA/SA ? I've never read anywhere that only the SAO pistols came with a spur hammer.That is interesting. May it have been converted after leaving the factory?