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    939 Sidekick

    Can someone tell me if it safe to carry my Sidekick with the cylinder fully loaded ?
    Last edited by showme22; 12-30-2019 at 09:40 AM. Reason: spelling

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    It's safe. The 939 has a transfer bar safety.
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    Your first variation does not have a transfer bar which didn't happen until 1974 on the second model according to Goforth's book.

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    What exactly is this and what does it do ,and how?000_0184_LI.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by showme22 View Post
    What exactly is this and what does it do ,and how?000_0184_LI.jpg

    When the trigger pushes on that it releases the hammer my old H&R 49er has the same thing.
    That's a nice Sidekick you have there.

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