Wheelgun expert Grant Cunningham is on the range to talk about manipulating the double-action trigger on a snub-nose revolver. The snubbie is one of the most difficult firearms to shoot well. How can the shooter control the 11 pounds of force exerted by the trigger and keep it from steering the gun? Grant has some detailed answers.
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