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Old November 10, 2012, 12:22 AM   #40
Ralph G. Briscoe
Join Date: February 8, 2011
Posts: 58
I had the hammer of my Chief's special bobbed back in the 70's...for the usual reason. Never a bit of trouble with light strikes (stock springs). When my wife began shooting several years ago it became her bedside gun. It's a safety issue--I wouldn't want her to be tempted to cock the hammer and have to safely decock it in a stress situation. I have a 642 and 442...both hammerless....but she likes the weight of the Chief--less recoil.
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