I heard something on the Radio, last Sunday, (Guntalk Show) that I don't agree with.
Maybe, it's because I didn't like the source. But, Anyway.
The man said that if you have DA Revolver, you should NEVER, NEVER, shoot it SA. He didn't say why, or at least I didn't hear why. Maybe, wer'e all spose to know. ???
Can anyone shed some light on his possible reasoning? Is it some kind of Tactical Consideration, based on the difference in trigger pull DA versus SA?
I seriously, doubt if most of us are going to give up shooting DA SA revolvers BOTH ways.
Smitty of the North