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Monday, December 6, 2010

Revolver Malfunctions

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I struggle to avoid arguments over whether pistols are better than revolvers. Choosing one handgun over another is a personal choice; what works for one person may not work for another. However, it is especially hard for me to remain quiet when I hear that “revolvers NEVER jam” or that “revolvers are 100% reliable.” My experience, however limited compared to that of many other revolver shooters, is that it is more than a bit of a stretch for anyone to declare that revolvers NEVER jam and/or that they are 100% reliable.


CLICK HERE to learn remedial measures to take in case “NEVER” and “100%” fail to prove true with your wheel gun. Regarding operator error, CLICK HERE to learn what happens when you “short stroke” the trigger.

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