Would you trust your chamber indicator when you need your handgun for self defense? - Page 2

    View Poll Results: Would you trust the chamber indicator when needed for real gunfight?

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    • Yes, trust the indicator

      9 29.03%
    • No, don't trust them.

      13 41.94%
    • Depends on the gun

      7 22.58%
    • Don't trust, but if no time left, trust it.

      2 6.45%
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    1. #21
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      This is the reason I like the Ruger SR's LCI.. It shows up! It's loaded!
      But again as it has been noted, one should always know the state of their sidearm! Loaded or not!


      Lateck,

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      ok first thing in my carry weapon i usually keep her chambered and absolutely know so, it has an indicator, but theres no need to look at it if i know that its chambered. smart thing is "know your gun, and know what your loading situation is before you carry it." if you know its chambered, then theres no reason to depend on looking at your indicator when someones intending you harm. the time that it takes you to do that will give your perp enough time to squeeze one off at you, cause his is chambered and he knows it is. so i have to agree with most everyone else. "dont be dumb, chamber your gun."

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      I kinda trust it.

      But I press check anyway


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      if i were in need of a pistol and saw my a Ruger LC9 or Ruger SR9c on the floor and one had that little red flag sticking up and the other didn't i would know the one with the flag is loaded.


      I don't know how you couldn't trust it? I'm not sure of how other companies make their indicators, but rugers is pushed up by a bullet in the chamered... Pretty black and white if you ask me

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      Always check manually ....my two cents

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      Quote Originally Posted by Raymond View Post
      Always check manually ....my two cents
      I agree, however in this scenario there isn't time or at least there isn't time i would be willing sacrifice. I would pull the trigger and save that little time.

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