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Log in. Jump to Latest Follow. ed Feb 2, Folks, I recently read on a different forum about the procdures for function checking a First of all, I found it very interesting, but, second, I was puzzled by the "half-cock" test. My new Springfield Mil-Spec did not pass this test. When I place the gun on "half-cock," and when I pulled the trigger with the grip safety engaged, the gun allowed the hammer to fall. Now, Springfield says that this is normal, and that the hammer cannot generate enough force to actually ignite the primer, therefore, the round will not fire.

In other words, even if the gun were loaded, pulling the trigger from the "half-cock" position would not cause the weapon to fire. Is this right?

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Does this mean that other 's by other manufacturers will not allow the hammer to fall from the "half-cock" position, but that Springfield will and that this is normal? I think I read somewhere that the "half-cock" position is not a "captive" position on a Springfield, and, therefore, it will allow the hammer to fall, whereas, 's with a "captive" notch in the hammer will not allow the hammer to fall by engaging the sear at the "half-cock" position. Be gentle, I'm just learning about 's, and I'm experimenting with this gun as my new hobby.

Thanks for any help.

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ed Feb 21, Please clarify that the grip safety was engaged. You mean you were pushing it down or not? If the trigger works in any manner when the grip safety is not pressed, that's a problem, because it means that it is contacting the sear. If the hammer falls from half-cock on an SA pistol with the grip safey depressedthat is indeed a normal condition.

ed Mar 12, You are right, the Springfield does not have a captured half-cock notch. This is standard for their guns although I am not sure why and should not pose a problem. Other manufacturers do different things. If you do not like this feature, you can swap out the fire control parts for some aftermarket goodies. Otherwise shoot, enjoy, tinker not necessarily in that order rinse and repeat. Sergeant Sabre, Yes, I mean the grip safety was depressed when the hammer fell at the "half-cocked" position.

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Based upon your response and another response, this appears normal. ed Jun 20, The shelf is higher up then older half cock notch and the hammer, if it falls from the shelf, will not have sufficient energy to ingnite a primer. ed Feb 18, I used to believe the same thing and religiously tested every I got my hands on! Not so. ed Mar 28, I beleive it was only Military s that had the captive 'safety' halfcock notch. This actually trapped the sear, so you couldn't pull the trigger. It is clearly illustrated in the first few s of his manual Vol 2.

Most all? ed Mar 13, I beleive it was only Military s that had the captive 'safety' halfcock notch the discussion. Continue with Facebook.

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