I was doing some research into the TCP. I came across some information regarding the TCP trigger. The owner stated if you short stroke the TCP 738 to the point where you hear the reset. The hammer is only at the half way point. The hammer will fall however the round may or may not go off since the hammer is falling from the half way point. If this occurs you have to rack the slide in order to reset the trigger and put the gun back into battery. He demonstrated it on U-tube. It was not a malfunction it was based on the design of the weapon. In other words you cannot short stroke the trigger even if you hear the reset click becuase the hammer is only at the half way point. The trigger must be fully released to fully cock the hammer. Is this so? Is this a dated design? Say "it ain't so"! This would render this weapon un-carriable for me. Cannot have a 50% follow up shot capability if I short stroke this thing in a high pressure personal defense situation. Yikes!