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Old July 10th, 2005, 19:14   #4
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Originally Posted by BC_K
You have Single & Double action mixed up. " Double action is the process where by your simply pull the trigger to fire once the BBs are loaded up." One pull, sounds like SINGLE to me.

Single action requires that you pull the hammer back for every shot. To do this once you close the cylinder and have loaded up, you must pull the trigger back. It will rotate the cylinder and be ready to fire. Then it takes a squeeze of the trigger to release the hammer and fire a shot.

WOW!!! TWO actions!!

Wicked review other then that.
umm... a double action revolver does not need to have the hammer pulled back to fire. You can just squeeze the trigger, and it will cock and fire all by it's self. on a single action revolver, the hammer must be cocked for each shot. Just thought I'd clear that up.
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