Pietta's Remington "Feature"?
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I've bought myself Pietta's Remington New Model Army yesterday.
While I was fingering it at home today, I've noticed that, when in half cock, plunger only aligns with lower chamber just before hand switches to next groove (the click sound)[second photo].
While I have no experiance with cap&ball revolvers, I have the feeling that this might get annoying once on range, since if I were to pass that "sweet spot", I would have to remove cylinder and try to align it correctly again.
Fortunetly I did found workaround, by pulling cylinder pin slightly forward just so it disengages from back of the frame.[pic. no.3]
So my question is, is this a feature or is there something wrong? If so, is it the cylinder or a hand?
First pic shows that plunger aligns perfectly when hammer is down.
Also any advice for cap&ball revolvers newbie would be appreciated.
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Great... now because of some cunt's word, you can lose your ability to protect yourself...
>Supreme Court rules domestic abusers can lose gun ownership rights
>WASHINGTON -- Gun ownership rights can be denied to people who commit reckless acts of domestic violence, the Supreme Court ruled Monday in a decision that brought a blistering dissent from Justice Clarence Thomas.
>The 6-2 ruling, written by Justice Elena Kagan and endorsed by conservative as well as liberal justices, upheld the sentences imposed on two Maine men who had argued their misdemeanor convictions for domestic abuse should not trigger a federal gun control statute. Thomas and Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissented.
>The federal law was intended to deny guns to people convicted of violent acts against family members, based in part on research showing they are more likely to use guns domestically in the future.
I'm not even against the idea of hampering domestic assault. I'm just against the idea of letting women make these accusations against you without requiring proof or citations. It was fine, if all it resulted was ruining reputation. Which is still pretty bad, but things could be worse, right? Well, they just got worse. Not because of some bitch's word, you can lose a basic human right. And SCOTUS just made that legal. Fucking a...