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Old June 1, 2012, 09:44 PM   #4
saands
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In the interest of full disclosure, I also discovered that while it looks like the 1076 works just like the 6906 but with an extra 0.1 inches of serrated hammer to grab onto, that isn't exactly what is going on. It turns out that the 3rd generation S&W autos generally don't have half-cocked notches in their hammers. The 1076 is an exception (as it was in many ways, like not having a mag safety and having a frame mounted decocker, a la Sig Sauer) and it is the half-cocked position where the decocker leaves the hammer on the 1076 ... that is why you can go to SA so easily.

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