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Old 21st July 2019, 10:13 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by Philip
... I am now a lot more enthusiastic about the Portuguese brake than i was before now...

Adding to that, the fact that the disengagement is mechanically (self) operated and does not depend on gravity odds like in the dog lock ... am i right ?

Originally Posted by Philip
... Whether this will grow into Daehnhardtian exuberance depends on whether I can get used to the idea of using two hands to activate a safety mechanism, as opposed to the convenience of half-cock.

If i get your point ... can't you do that with two fingers (thumb & index) of the same hand ?
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