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Old January 24, 2013, 08:33 AM   #21
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My oldest S&W and Dan Wesson revolvers (1970's era) all have some sort of interrupter that block the full travel of the hammer if there isn't a finger pulling the trigger. This is good on a carry revolver because you don't want the hammer resting on the primer of a live round.

If you want an excellent short reset on a semi auto pistol, the 3rd generation steel S&W semi autos have a fantastic short trigger good, maybe better than the Sig Short Reset Trigger system. They also have a manul safety, and a magazine safety...of which I'm not a fan.
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