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    Would have been useful to see if the firing pin hit the primer assuming a dummy-round was chambered. I'm thinking the rotating drop safety stopped it.

    ETA: @igs if this was your video give it a try with a new dummy round.
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    Correct, the firing pin safety would have prevented it from discharging.
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    Bull **** test! Should have had a “primed” case chambered. If you are gonna go to that much trouble to bash a product at least do it correctly. It’s like the libtards and impeachment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4C Dragon View Post
    Bull **** test! Should have had a “primed” case chambered. If you are gonna go to that much trouble to bash a product at least do it correctly. It’s like the libtards and impeachment.
    The point was you end up with a dead trigger not that the gun would fire. Just as unacceptable for something you depend your life on.

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    Look at his trigger finger. When it didn't drop after 3 tries,it looks like he re-positioned his trigger finger in the trigger guard.

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    Wonder why he decided to do another video. It is old news. HK fanbase will say what they do, HK knows best, it is a contrived test, it is OK because firing pin safety works fine, other guns do that too etc. Others will say it is unacceptable regardless. Maybe we can keep a score; though this being an HK forum with a home court advantage, maybe we shouldn't waste the time.

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    Wife: When are you going to install my countertop?
    Husband: When I get a new non-sparking hammer.

    Any tool can be made to ‘fail’, realistic scenario not required.

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    Who is so obsessed with hating a gun brand/gun that they spend years of their life finding bizarre ways to make it fail?

    Surreal.

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    Sincerely, just scared by the video, i tried with my one hitting on the bottom grip. Nothing happened. Hammer still stay armed.
    Somebody else tried too?
    Thank you
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