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Since Heller made the trigger lock unconstitutional

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Boats, Jun 29, 2008.

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  1. Boats

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    isn't it time for S&W to drop the hole? Perhaps a petition is in order?
     
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    Great idea, I don't think I have seen anyone admit to using them yet.
     
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    Sorry, I shorthanded it. Yes, requiring the use of a TL is what is unconstitutional.

    Hence, there is no longer any compelling need for S&W to include a mandatory internal trigger lock.

    Then again, I will never buy an ILS equipped S&W revo. If those sale losses from me and the like minded are what they really want, they are welcome to continue ignoring potential customers.

    Interestingly, I have a M&P9 that I really like. Why is it that I can get the options of trigger lock and mag disconnect "deleted" on that model, but S&W won't even do sprint runs or PC versions of revos without an ILS?
     
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    the thought of them needing to remove the IL has never occurred to me until now.

    Hopefully, they'll at least have that as an "option" rather than "mandatory"
     
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