More so, if you're practicing what most would consider the "correct" method for FTFire, you won't need second strike.If you are carrying high quality personal defense rounds that you've tested in your gun, I wouldn't be too concerned about light primer strikes.
ACTUALLY, if you pull the slide back not even half an inch, the sear seems to reset. I don't know if it would fire, I've never had to try that.
Agreed. This is true. Some people use this method for dry firing on a single snap cap repeatedly. That way, the trigger pull is the same as you normally would have when firing the gun for real.If you pull the slide rearward just about 1/4" it will infact recock the striker (also indicated by the striker status indicator on rear of slide) After doing this the gun will infact "fire"