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Old May 3, 2009, 03:16 AM   #17
digisol
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Join Date: October 30, 2008
Location: Central Queensland
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Keep a spare firing pin handy and practice until you need it, the art of controling the actual hammer fall is critical with any guns accuracy.

I had a 10.5" .44 mag Ruger Super Blackhawk that had quite a weighty hammer, the physical hammer strike will move the gun more than you might think, dry firing is a must do, until every time you shoot (or dry fire) the gun does not move when the hammer falls.

All that any loaded handgun must do is to go click, as if dry firing it.

Click, click click etc etc.
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