lowfog01 wrote: Since it's a revolver it's not going off if if should be dropped; someone has to pull the trigger.
Richard S. wrote:I had a P226 and in the manual Sig claimed the same thing, seems they have some kind of locking mechanism on the firing pin that isn't released without pulling the trigger. Not sure about the model you listed but the P226 has no safety. If the hammer hasn't been cocked its harder pull. There is a decocking lever near the thumb postion , you can easily take it back to "safe" if the hammer is cocked. I really liked that gun a lot.
AA130FIREMAN wrote:I did think of the 94, I would be afraid the hammer would snag on something and KA POW
PC 12-47E wrote:AA130FIREMAN wrote:I did think of the 94, I would be afraid the hammer would snag on something and KA POW
All of the Taurus revolvers have the " Transfer Bar ". The revolver will only fire if the trigger is is pulled all the way back. A hammer drop with out a trigger pull will not fire a round......