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Yes (I am an instructor) 23 29.87%
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Yes no maybe, try a unicorn. (I'm not an instructor) 46 59.74%
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Old February 10th, 2019, 03:01 PM #71
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I thought about that but it means we have 6 people here who donít think itís legal to CC with one in the pipe. Sad


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But does it really surprise you? Tons of bad info being doled out by misinformed instructors.

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Old February 10th, 2019, 03:27 PM #72
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I thought about that but it means we have 6 people here who donít think itís legal to CC with one in the pipe. Sad


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I am not an instructor, I did not vote, however, if you quickly read the thread title and vote, then you are answering opposite of the actual poll question. I am thinking 6 people read the thread title and skipped the poll question, and thus voted erroneously.
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Whatís the point of carrying a gun without one in the chamber?


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I am not an instructor, I did not vote, however, if you quickly read the thread title and vote, then you are answering opposite of the actual poll question. I am thinking 6 people read the thread title and skipped the poll question, and thus voted erroneously.
Actually thats a good point I did not notice. Based on the thread title "one in the chamber illegal..." the answer is no. I think 6 people answered the thread title.
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Actually, original Colt and Remington cap and ball revolvers were designed to be carried with the hammer locked between two chambers of a fully loaded cylinder, using pins or recesses on the cylinder to lock the hammer. I think these are omitted from most reproductions, but my early Uberti Navy Colt has the pins, and my Remington style has the recesses.
My Uberti 1860 army repro has pins and recesses to allow mid cylinder resting.
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www.youtube.com/embed/0FXHVjXPtJk

These two lost their lives trying to chamber a round during an armed robbery.
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My Uberti 1860 army repro has pins and recesses to allow mid cylinder resting.
My 1859 Whitney has mid cylinder resting notches. It was one of the upgrades they did to their own guns when the Colt patents expired and they ceased manufacturing for Colt.
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Israeli law is based on British Common Law and we all know how the Brits are when it comes to guns and sharp objects!
Off topic, but...

The Brits used to be very different than they are today. They came up with some really well designed small arms in the 19th Century, and used them ruthlessly and globally. Around the same time, they perfected use of this particularly gruesome means of dispatching unruly locals:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blowing_from_a_gun
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In the education world teachers are observed and evaluated, many times poorly, on their performance in the classroom. Even though the process is flawed there is a process to make sure teachers are teaching. It really bothers me how firearms instructors can be so wrong so many times and nothing is In Place to fix the issue. If instructors were observed or checked on by administrators such as senior instructors, etc. maybe we wouldn't have so much crap floating around and so many amazingly different methods and information being taught.

Other states have a common curriculum all instructors must follow, Maryland really didn't do a good job with ours.

Btw, nothing in the state law about condition of pistol while being carried. So get one in the pipe.

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I can't even figure how this is debatable.

The bad guy always has the advantage.
They know they are going to attack you before you do
You have to be alert and prepared and hope for a break.
I wouldn't deny myself the extra time and effort spent in charging a round...if I survived the first shot, stab or strike.
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