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Old 10-06-2012, 21:57   #1
Quigley
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Any One Ever Done This? (Trigger Hammer Catch)

I was practicing my trigger control and I stumbled upon this. It takes the perfect amount of trigger control and concentration to make it happen.

You can see in the video where the hammer is cocked to the rear. I then began applying a very slow and steady pressure and there is a point where the hammer releases but the trigger catches. As this happened you can see me lowering the hammer by simply letting off the trigger.
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