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Looks like this is a safety issue, am I right or is this normal?

The commander hammer has 2 positions.
The original Springfield hammer has 3 positions.
Seems missing a extra safety measure on a sear failure.

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Appears the 1/4 cock is used for de-cocking. Drop the hammer to the 1/4 cock position, pull the trigger and the round doesn't fire. I'll never do that with a live round. Going with the Wilson Combat hammer and beavertail.
 
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