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    Quote Originally Posted by TX_CHL View Post
    The bad guy won't give you time to load a round into the chamber. It's almost ignorant not to carry one in the chamber. That's like carrying around a pen with no ink. What's the point?
    almost??????????
    See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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    Same reason required "de-cocking" a SA-DA semi auto after submission by perp.
    To avoid AD (accidental discharge).

    Required by most departments for liability reasons.

    Thats why we are trained and only allowed to use a revolver in the double action mode.

    Heaven forbid you get caught in a "hammer back" condition with a revolver.

    Many injuries have happened because some one was suddenly startled or stumbled on something.

    And folks..............thats my 2 cents worth

    Wallace Crawford
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    Semper Fi

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