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Revolver: double-action VS single-action
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Bitterroot Bugler
Published a year ago |
Western classic revolvers are all single-action. You thumb back the hammer, then the trigger pull releases it to fire the ammunition. That can provide wonderful, sweet, smooth, light triggers conducive to excellent long-range pistol accuracy.

BUT, in a defensive mode you may wish for double-action where every time you pull the trigger a high-speed bullet is launched at your threatening adversary.

In this video I discuss and demonstrate the differences, applications and advantages of each.
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