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Old November 26, 2012, 09:10 PM   #70
Denezin
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Actually it can. My older Springfield had no hammer safety and to my knowledge only very early 1911s have this safety and series 70 and 80 and beyond in colt have one. So yes if the spring holding the firing pin back is weak it can cause a light primer strike making it fire which is a very bad idea. As for the 1910 prototype ive never researched on it and have no clue what features it has or if it operates differently than its m1911 counterpart. Its only more prone to go off if you dont follow the manual or you decide unsafe practices on handling the gun.
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