How are you sure it is ready and able to fire?
I was wondering.....if your primary protection weapon has just been disassembled, cleaned, and put back together, how do you know it is ready to protect you without firing it first? I just cleaned my handgun after 50 rounds at the range. How am I sure it is ready and how do you feel about this? Thanks for the opinions and answers, D
There is no 100%.........
The next round you chamber might be defective. There might be a crucial part on the verge of failing or may have already failed without you noticing. Any mechanical device is subject to failure, there is no 100%.
Originally Posted by shootpar
On the other hand, knowing how to maintain your weapon certainly helps, as does having the most reliable weapon and ammo you can afford. This would definitely put the odds in your favor.
There is nothing more disconcerting than pulling the trigger and not hearing a bang.:aargh4: