Am I the only one that always cock's a hammer back on any weapon before firing (assuming it has one)?
Edit: My buddy told me to try his 38 pocket gun he did a bit of trigger work on so he hands it to me, and I cock the hammer and about to fire "you cant do that!"
Hammer down is like a safety-it should be disengaged before firing!
To make it perfectly clear....
Say you have a USP with hammer down, safety off. When you pick it up to fire, do you simply pick it up and pull the trigger, or pick it up, cock the hammer and then fire?