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As I said in my other post, double-action "could be said to be functionally equivalent" - the technical difference is that semi-auto performs everything necessary to fire again 'automatically' based on the energy from the previous shot - double-action does not (e.g. the hammer is not cocked). Therefore, double-action requires extra effort on the trigger-pull.
No such thing as a semi-automatic
Are you one of those people that thinks that if you close your eyes people can't see you??
Ignoring the obvious doesn't make it go away.
Is a 6 shot revolver a semi-automatic ?
Single-action - no
Double-action - not technically, but could be said to be functionally equivalent
There are very few revolvers that are actually semi-automatic.
light, which he does not deny exists
Light is electromagnetic radiation - differential absorption of electromagnetic radiation is color.
The same material heating up more/less based on differential absorption of electromagnetic radiation is color that the blind person can feel.