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Mus, if memory serves me correctly (I'm too tired right now to go down into the safe and look at the factorey instructions), Colt doesn't recommend cocked and locked carry either. Yes, I would say the factory is lawyerproofing or "stupidproofing" JMB's original design. A shame, isn't it? But we know better.
 

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The Browning Hi-Power manual (for the current Mark III) does state that a Condition Two carry is okay. However, this feat requires lowering the hammer on a chambered round. I don't think so. Go cocked and locked.

[This message has been edited by Drago (edited 09-30-2001).]
 

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thanks for the responses. yeah i figured it was just a buncha bs. just making sure there wasnt some design difference i was unaware of that actually made it less safe to carry cocked and locked.
 
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