Shotgun100 (Login Shotgun100) Crosman Forum Member from IP address 18.104.22.168
Has any of the more technically minded people here researched the phenomenon of hammer bounce in revolving hammer actions? By revolving hammer I mean hammers that turn around an axle as opposed to plunger type hammers as in Crosman 1377 and similar.
Looking closely at a Gamo CO2 revolver and an older Crosman it looks like they have by passed the hammer bounce by using a transfer bar. On the other hand it might just look that way, and the hammer could be bouncing faster than the eye can catch it.