Originally Posted by Quigley
Thats not exactly whats going on here. I am cocking the revolver back in single action. Then I apply a very slow and steady pressure until the trigger breaks and the hammer begans to fall but there is a point where you can actually catch the hammer with the trigger and decock the revolver. I basically decocked the revolver using the trigger.
That is the sear slipping off the SA notch, not a good thing. I have an OLD SW revolver that will do that.
If its cocked and your finger is off the trigger can you push the hammer down?
I just pulled out my my other revolver, Sp101 .22, and can't replicate it.