Is it just me, or does decocking a chambered gun make you nervous?

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    My sig p239 decocks rather gently. I tested another make and the decock was so violent that it seemed like I was pulling the trigger, not pressing the decocker button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgiaDawg View Post
    Always makes me nervous to use the decocker on my Valter P99. Don't know why.
    this is kinda what i was originally asking about. with a hammer gun yuo can see the hammer block..with a firing pin it looks like it's being dropped when you shoot it.

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