Got it. I thought that might be the case.
I was actually wondering, but not because I have a 1911. I had been considering going to a local IDPA range and trying it out, but I have a Sig 229, which is DA/SA.
A few folks told me that DA/SA is bad for IDPA because the trigger pull is so different between the first shot and the second.
Thought about the idea of cocking the gun as I drew, so that wouldn't be an issue. Wondered what 1911 guys did, but then remembered after I posted that the 1911 can be locked after it's cocked, whereas my Sig has no safety.
I may have to practice doing controlled pairs in DA/SA.