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Old 01-02-2020, 07:13 PM
Welshman Welshman is offline
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Unless you are "open carrying" a firearm, (and if you are not a uniformed LEO, you are probably not) you will be drawing from concealment, and that dictates that your firearm be as "snag-resistant" as possible (bobbed hammer).

Practice, practice, practice double action shooting and if that scenario arises where you need to dispatch a rabid animal at such a distance that requires a carefully aimed, single action, precision shot, you will have more than enough time to cock a bobbed hammer.

John
Thanks, John. I do practice double action shooting, and I take your point. I just wanted an additional option. I used to carry my 39-2 and didn't experience a snagging problem, although I understand that it could be an issue.

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