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Barry McGee's Custom 2300

Cothrane stainless tube, left handed breech, power adjuster,
Lothar 10" barrel, H.P.A.sports co2 cap, Clague ldc,1701 trigger group,
Stace trigger, Rick Andres grips and a Mueller quick shot reflex sight.

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Yeah. The point of the V is towards the muzzle...

November 19 2011 at 1:58 PM
Phil  (Login Duane30)
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Response to So during bounce after strike,

...and acts like a fulcrum point for the other end. Since the point is towards the muzzle, that is the natural non drag direction. Think of a spring loaded broad head arrow. Goes in one direction nicely, but pulling it out there is natural drag due to the design.

It must be noted that cocking the hammer/striker too swiftly produces the drag as well. With a nice, even pull there is no drag induced. In other words, calmly is the method. Cocking effort is low, which helps in the feel and approach.

Notice how the Hammer/striker has milled flats on either side of it? Only the top and bottom of the hammer ride, or touch in the tube. This means less friction via contact. The flat areas are key in allowing the HDD to work, as more of the HDD device/material is exposed on those flat areas.

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