Like xausa, I have been hunting with set triggers, both double and single, for many, many years. The first rule is do not set the trigger until you are ready to shoot. My German gunsmith buddy said it is better to hunt with the safety off and the trigger unset, than with the trigger set and the safety on. This sounds wrong, but it was intended to convey the danger of walking around with the trigger set. If you use Kutter's method or xausa's methods, more than likely it won't fire. If you open the bolt ( just a fraction of an inch) or if a break open gun, open it up; then it can't fire. If you set the trigger before you are ready to shoot, it is too easy to forget that it is set. With single set triggers, you can't "ease" it forward. On the other hand set triggers are wonderful.