If your revolver wasn't perfect, might the cylinder drag or bind just a little bit causing the shooter to falsely believe the cylinder is locked instead of just being closed? Of course this could never happen. Not me. No, no, no.
Why would anyone ever be conceared this might happen to them or someone eles. If you look-listen-feel your way thru then you can rest assured that you and no one else will ever have a revolver, with loaded chambers, at the ready, with a cylinder that is closed but not locked.
A defined step, a predetermined single step during the loading procedure outlined in an administrative revolver loading process, one designed to function test and check the condition of the cylinder..naaww. I'm not blind.
Why did S&W leave exposed hammer spurs on DA revolvers? Just for looks and single action shooting?
Last edited by warningshot; September 11, 2012 at 04:08 PM.