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    To bob the hammer or not

    Got a 605 and I'm still debating to have the hammer bobbed off as I carry this mainly in my front pants pocket, and as you know the hammers do catch on the pocket lining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB
    Got a 605 and I'm still debating to have the hammer bobbed off as I carry this mainly in my front pants pocket, and as you know the hammers do catch on the pocket lining.
    I think bobbing the hammer will work a whole lot better than bobbing the trigger and be easier to shoot too. :-D :-D I've had several revolvers with the hammer bobbed and I really liked them.

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    You know after I posted that I tried to edit the topic

    GEE bobbing the trigger what was I thinking... dang high blood pressure medicine anyways

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    I bob all my triggers

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    I think I'm gonna' bob my sights. Don't take offense..........it's all in fun.

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    Talking

    When I knew I couldn't change that topic line, I just knew I was gonna get nailed.... just lucky I didn't type boob instead of bob

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    Ok but...

    Im pretty sure I once saw a boob pulling the trigger at a range I used to go to

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    Yeah, you're nailed all right, JB. And it may take a while to get over it.

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    Ah now ya went and did it Charlie, I'm gonna trade my two Taurus's in on a Springfield GI 1911 A1 then I don't have to worry about feeling like such a BIG boob over asking about bobbing the trigger.....

    dang sure nough shot mysef in da foot wit that topic line didn't I?

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    You gonna boob the trigger on that 1911?


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    New gun term, "trigger boob job"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie
    New gun term, "trigger boob job"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie
    New gun term, "trigger boob job"
    Good way to shine up them triggers and make'm nice and smooth... dang I can see where this thread is going.


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    I'm sorry, we were talking about a Taurus, right? Sorry, "JB", couldn't resist. I'll go away now.

    Last edited by Charlie; 07-02-2006 at 10:52 PM.

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    Talking Not a bad Idea really

    Having to use your weak hand thumb to operate the trigger would drastically cut down on accidental discharges wouldnt it?

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    if i was going to change anything. id put a good bit less travel in the trigger on my pt22.. im use to it now tho,, so ill probably just leave it the way it is.

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    I figured you'd had enough, and changed the topic title for you.

    Too bad I was late to the party. All the good jokes were already taken!
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