it locks down like that,,it flips back up manually as far as I know,,Very nice pairing of the stainless with those grips, though one thing worries me about that safety/decocker in the picture. Did the decocker get pinned down on the grips? Did you lock it down there somehow? Or is the return spring missing off that lever and it has to be moved back up into fire position manually?
To be safe, please make sure of that. It looks to me like that is the pre-decocker model, so if you had a round chambered, you would be 'hot'. Up for Safe, down for Fire.it locks down like that,,it flips back up manually as far as I know,,
the decocker on this gun has 3 positions, all the way up has the safety on(notice the red dot),cant pull the trigger all the way back,,when set level to the gun barrel you can pull the trigger and hammer moves and would fire,,it wont go to the 3rd position unless the gun is cocked and then you push it down and the hammer comes back to a safe position and trigger moves freely and will not recock the gun hammer,,which is were it is in the picture.,you have to push it back to the level position manuallyTo be safe, please make sure of that. It looks to me like that is the pre-decocker model, so if you had a round chambered, you would be 'hot'. Up for Safe, down for Fire.
Sweet deal. Good looking gun, and nothing beats free guns.
I dont know much about the gun,you say it should spring back ? when you push it down it sort of locks in until pushed back,,would love more info on this,,as this one clicks into position and clicks back when pushed up,,seems like its made that way,,but as I said I know nothing about this style gunThat's not normal or typical.