JTNieman wrote:Erie quiet wrote:on the topic of slamfire...
is there anything that can be done to realistically prevent a discharge when releasing the bolt?
( just so there's no confusion )
similar to how some firearms have a spring on the firing pin... ( can this be done to an ar-15?)
the idea is slightly worrysome, though I don't know how much I should be concerned with it...
I don't want to fire any other firearms inside my house
There's a reason they make go gauges, no-go gauges, and snap caps. If you're following the rules of common sense and safety and not putting live rounds into your gun except when it's pointed down range at a target, then you shouldn't fuck up.
ETA: Then again, I should think about who I'm talking to...
I'm only really familiar with the mosin nagant go-nogo gauge, can you link or guide me to some info so that I may edumacate myself?
"not putting live rounds into your gun except when it's pointed down range at a target" --- home defense?
"ETA: Then again, I should think about who I'm talking to..."
hardy-har-har , because nobody else has made that joke in the past 2 years