Is it ok to pull thr trigger when the gun is decocked/in safety?
GOOGLE is a horrible firearms instructor and a pretty $h1tty gunsmith!Lovegun said:Sorry I should have prefaced it. I never actually pulled the trigger. I was giving my baby eagle its first cleaningand I was just wondering what goes on when the gun is decocked (checked to make sure its unloaded) and if the trigger gets pulled. I thought everything was disengaged from the trigger when decocked but google didnt have any answers for me as to how the decocking mechanism worked.
I had a small 380 of theirs, can't remember the model but it was absolute junk. Couldn't make it through a 5 round magazine without some sort of hiccup. It wasn't just one particular problem either. FTE, FTF, you name it. It was a very simple gun yet Could not function. I've heard a lot of horror stories with them. Anytime you pay $150 for a new firearm, it's a crap shoot. Only bought it cause I was out of town (same state)visiting a friend and we decided to go camping. Gun barely made it home with me, almost ended up in the creek! I ended up making it feed a bit better but still had problems every 50 rounds or so. I couldn't even find the audacity to sell it to somebody. I literally gave it away.ward1973 said:Quick question what do y'all think of cobra fire arms?