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My 43yo Browning Broadway has always done it that way.

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Thanks for the input.

It was my impression that it did, but I was told the reason cases are made to store the gun knocked down was because it cocks on closing, so taking it apart was the way to store it without tension on the trigger springs. I always thought the knocked down cases were just more convienent to haul around.
 

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If you broke the gun open after your last shot to remove the empty case, the gun is now cocked again. Breaking it down does not "un-cock" the gun. You have to pull the trigger to do that.

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