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  • PPC Revolver Action question
    • Unregistered Member (Login jenrick)
      Posted Jan 29, 2009 11:59 PM

      I was out browsing the pawn shops today when I noticed a lovely M10 that had been converted to a PPC gun at some point in it's life. The DA was great, and the SA was probably measured in ounces in the single digits. It had a serious case of push-off, light to moderate pressure to the hammer with my thumb was all it took to get the hammer to fall.

      Is this normal for PPC actions?

      I know that basically so long as I only shot the sucker DA it's not really a concern. However if it's the result of sloppy work on the action that makes it unsafe I'll keep looking. If most tuned PPC guns have this same issue (as they are meant to be fired DA), then I'll probably just have the SA notch removed and call it a day.

      Thanks,

      -Jenrick
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