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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Scott, Jun 30, 2011.
What makes you say it is single action only. I didn't know they made one. My SW 1911 is double/single action.
Is this serious?
If so, you can take a loaded mag and insert it, then pull the slide back and then close it then we have a chambered round right with the hammer back, correct?
Then you manually return the hammer to the closed position for what ever reason but we still have a chambered round correct?. With me so far? If I then wanted to fire a round I cannot because the hammer is closed. No matter how many times I pull the trigger it will not fire. I would have to manually cock the hammer again to allow the gun to fire. And since I have to manually cock the hammer back would mean it is a SAO.
That gives me the right to say it is single action only because if the pistol is chambered but hammer is closed I cannot make the gun fire by pulling the trigger like a Glock, or Sig, or SA XD, Kahr, Rugers.
Hopefully you understand this and about 95% of 1911's. If not you should read up on them and SAO's.
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Stott, You are very right!!!
I got it mixed up in my mind with my Beretta 8045F. I should have taken the time to think about it first.
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