"Single Action Biased, striker fired pistol."
I think you've officially coined a new phrase, Chris.
Being an old-timer, I look at any pistol on which, when the trigger is pulled rearward, the striker or firing pin is first moved to the rear, is a double action. Even if it were only 0.005". That's probably because I am overly sensitive to the politics of firearms nowadays. If the gun grabbers ever learn the difference between a magazine and a clip, they may someday be able to understand what single action and double action mean. [sarcasm ON] And of course, SINGLE ACTION PISTOLS ARE MUCH MORE DEADLY than double action pistols that require two motions in separate directions before they can be fired. [sarcasm OFF]