I agree that the method described works, but why not re-engage the wing safety before performing it? I have been hunting with rifles with double set triggers for years and that is the solution I use. Actually, with the safety engaged, it is theoretically possible to simply pull the front trigger without causing an accidental discharge, but I prefer your method of holding the rear trigger back while releasing the front trigger and then easing it forward. It goes without saying that the muzzle must be pointed in a safe direction during the process in any case.

Last edited by xausa; 03/31/21 02:33 PM.