Topic: Re: Youth shotguns
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I agree with being able to cock the hammer,BUT theres a mental process that has to take place there.Especialy when DECOCKING the hammer.it has to either be done enough its second nature, or it takes serious thought process to do it safely. either one is liable to be overlooked or forgotten in the excitement of the hunt.especialy for a young person or a inexperienced hunter. i bet if you checked ,probably 99% of the accidents that happen with these guns happen when they are being decocked. hammer block safeties have all but eliminated not getting the hammer all the way back and gun firing,but to make it safe decocking you have to pull the trigger on a live round,while holding the hammer back,releasing the trigger, letting the hammer fall, then in most cases recocking back to half cock.lots of stuff for a excited young person to remember,and quite honestly ive seen several grown folks just plain not coodinated enough to do it right.to me a single gun is for a seasoned hunter.if you honestly believe these guns are for you or yours,start off teaching your children to carry them with the action open. cocked or decocked then makes no difference.teach your young one to open the action before decocking, and you know gun wont fire.
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