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Old September 29, 2012, 08:50 AM   #66
dahermit
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A S&W hammer block can break just as easily as a Ruger transfer bar, so both designs are roughly equal in that regard.
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I have read more incidents of Ruger transfer bars breaking than S&W hammer blocks breaking. As a matter of fact, when I routinely peruse the gun smithing forums, I have seen several instances of Ruger transfer-bar failures but I do not remember any instances of S&W hammer blocks failing. So, that would seem to indicate that both designs are not, "...equal in that regard..." Unless you want to blame it on the part and not the design, that is.
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