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Old 01-31-2011, 08:03 PM   #11
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can someone explain or show what a magazine safety is?
The trigger will not function if the mag is removed. It's especially irritating on guns where you have to pull the trigger to disassemble/reassemble like the Ruger Mark III and the M&P...


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The trigger will not function if the mag is removed. It's especially irritating on guns where you have to pull the trigger to disassemble/reassemble like the Ruger Mark III and the M&P...
ah, i see. any specific brands that use these feature?


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ah, i see. any specific brands that use these feature?
Besides the 2 I mentioned, the most famous (or infamous) is the Browning High Power...
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Besides the 2 I mentioned, the most famous (or infamous) is the Browning High Power...
The original hi power was designed with a mag safety by request of the french govt against jmb's recomendation.
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Besides the 2 I mentioned, the most famous (or infamous) is the Browning High Power...
To be fair the Hi Power did not go to market as designed by Sir John Browning. It was picked up midway after his passing and finished in Belgium by Dieudonné Saive for FN.

I doubt Mr. Browning would have made some of the "changes" that were made to his brainchild after it was appropriated. *sigh*

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