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I Want to Know Where the Invisible Hammer is?

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You can watch compelling twists and turns on the Black List series, but every time a Glock 19 is produced it makes a cocking sound.  It is a striker fired pistol.  I must know where this mystical, invisible hammer is.  I have yet to find it.

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As best I can tell, most TV pistols are self cocking on the draw.  If you pull it out of the holster and bring it up on target, most guns sound like a revolver being cocked.

 

And, Glocks do have hammers!  I know it's true because I saw it in the movies:

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On 3/11/2019 at 11:14 AM, Moshe said:

You can watch compelling twists and turns on the Black List series, but every time a Glock 19 is produced it makes a cocking sound.  It is a striker fired pistol.  I must know where this mystical, invisible hammer is.  I have yet to find it.

HA..if you take a look at a lot of TV, where people are firing a semi-auto..a LOT are computer generated 'shots', the slide isn't even moving..

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The slide moves there are even reloads.  But, I can't get over the cocking noise of a striker fired Glock.  If would be like firing a 1911 without it cocked and locked, or at least pulling the hammer back, if they were silly enough to keep one in the chamber with the hammer down.

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