Why would you want to put a 1911 in condition two (hammer down, round chambered)?
IMO, there should only be condition one (round chambered, hammer cocked, safety on), or condition three (no round chambered, hammer down).
Condition two (on some 1911's) is not the safest way to keep a 1911.
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