Quote Originally Posted by Pirate View Post
Then research and learn how the mechanisms and mechanics in the gun works, how the internal safety mechanisms sequentially disengage so that the fire when (and only when) the trigger is pulled fully to the rear, and at NO other time.
Like I said, my intention is definitely to carry 1-up, just need to handle the pistol a bit, make sure of the functions and mechanisms, and dry fire practice.
I have read as much as I possibly can about the firearm, spent many hours educating my boys, and watched a ton of videos.
I'm sure I'll be comfortable by the time I have finished function testing carry ammo and finished developing my hand loads.