Fuelburns2 said:I almost always prefer revolvers because a well made one will always function. If you can't kill it with 5 or 6 shots then you shouldn't bother. I love a stainless .357.
If that happens, there's something VERY wrong with that firearm.Maser said:see this only happens with old school SA revolvers that have the "half cock" in the firing system n what happens is if u pull the trigger too lightly the hammer will fall n lock into half cock rather than fall all the way like its suppose to
well obviously u aint seen a hunter version of a desert eagle which has a long barrel on it n also if a semi auto is recoil opperated rather than blowback then it will be more accurate than a revolver cuz a recoil opperated semi auto is the same as a closed breech single shot until the bullet leaves the barrel then the recoil causes the slide to retract whereas in a revolver the chambers n barrel r 2 different parts that aint togetherblackice said:I have yet to see a 10" barrel on a semi. Plus you will get better accuracy out of the revolver due to the locking cylinder and postively located round. Just my 2 cents
You really ought to stick around here and listen.... you could learn a lot. "Blowback" and "recoil operated" are the same thing. The other type of operation is "gas operated".... like the AutoMag, for instance.Maser said:...... if a semi auto is recoil opperated rather than blowback then it will be more accurate than a revolver....