Originally Posted by RhettButler
I am funny about triggers.
I have a S&W Mdl 15 revolver which I taught myself to shoot with righthanded in my early 20's. I'm correct-handed but right eye dominant. Used to take friends new to my guns, hand it to them and say,"make sure the muzzle is pointed at the berm and try it single action.' Then wathc as they shot somewhere into the berm as they were looking for the front sight.
My Ruger 10-22 which for some reason has a scary accurate barrel from the factory sports a Volquarsten trigger. My main partner in crime shot twice at a squirrel "hidden" in a tree crotch, before he got the scope on him.
Thanks pms35 and Part Two.
Pardon me for my apparent lack of style and my lack of manners on the Forum and apparent lack of safety with firearms. All of the people that shot either the Smith revolver or the Ruger 10/22 are veterans with firearms.
All shooters, no matter the initial experience of the revolver, went on to shoot pretty well. We shoot mostly in double action with this gun . The reason to have a delicate trigger on a revolver. The caveat to have the barrel safely down range was a precautionary warning on my part. It was probably unnecessary- but required.
My partner in crime had shoot my 10/22 maybe a 100 times and on several occasions. We had swapped several types of ammo between his 10/22 and mine using a bench. Learned the rule of finicky .22's with him. When he shot the tree twice before the squirrel, I figured he was too hungry.
“Safety is something that happens between your ears, not something you hold in your hands.”
“Safety is something that happens between your ears, not something you hold in your hands.” Col. Jeff Cooper