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Old January 24, 2013, 04:58 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Bart Noir
You will be cocking the hammer on a gun that is loaded!!!

Well, you think it is not loaded since you are trying to load it, but "All guns are loaded when you pick them up, until you check to see that they are not."
I only do it when I'm practicing tactical reloads when I'm dry firing and I make sure to check the chamber and mag whenever I pick my gun up/take possession of it out of habit/paranoia/for safeties sake.

Originally Posted by 1911tuner
Just don't overcock the hammer and let it slip..
By "overcock the hammer and let it slip" do you mean pulling the hammer back until it can't go any farther then just letting go without easing it forward until it stops?
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