Hold on now! There's a way to "uncock" the T-14 that doesn't involve any risk of injury or damage.When uncocking, put a normal pencil with eraser eraser side down in the barrel. With a little pressure from your fingers, fire the pistol.
Better to use an unsharpened pencil and be sure it is unloaded.
A snap cap will work fine, if you can find one.
Don S. does make strikers of all types.
Others will say take it apart, but that puts even more compression on the already highly compressed striker spring; and more wear on the parts.
Should you get a chance to fire it, be sure to lubricate the weapon.
That's not as bad as I thought. Thanks!Seinen - all handguns up here are registered, you just have to phone the firearms center and give them the buyers name and firearms liscense number. They call to confirm, and it usually goes to the province. Typically takes about 4 days.