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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-14-2010, 01:15 AM Thread Starter
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The S&W Semi Auto click

Gunshownick and nexus asked about this the other day. I'm new to you tube and video, this is my 1st. I've been debating going you tube or soem time now. Sometimes video is better than posting.

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Heres the verbage from that thread

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So you are certified by S&W? Does that mean you can look over S&W semi-autos? I swear mine makes a weird noise...and it's not "bang".

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Does the sound come from the trigger? If so that is common with all smith autos as that is in the way the trgger resets itself. It not only has a sound but also a feel right b4 you fully depress or right as you release.

Otherwise, would have to see the gun.
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Really...I've shot S&w semi's (different models but not his etc) and I never thought the trigger sounded odd. What generates it (other than the obvous reset)? Is it similiar to what the glock does upon release with the big "click" when it resets?

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He probably means no zoom in close up of teh trigger.

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This morning it was kicking out a load error. Appears to have corrected itself.

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Nice video. Interesting side effect of the reset.

Reaffirms why I dislike S&W autos (not M&P).

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Is that you or a download you found? Either way it was done well.

Glock makes a similar noise on the release to reset.

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Is that you or a download you found? Either way it was done well.

Glock makes a similar noise on the release to reset.
After the gun has delivered its payload.

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