Continuation of the conversation from a previous question.
In short characters are technobabble and following line happens.
The bit before 振らな I think means something along the lines of:
Because when firing hammer is cocked, (in/for depending on verb) output control, significant "resource"...
Well I'm not sure if 相当な is significant or maybe appropriate, so it's resource appropriate to output control. But what mostly and completely baffles me is 振らな. I'm thinking this is probably some sort of typo (no I did not make a mistake typing this over)? And 駄目 used as a suffix to say whatever the verb was supposed to say is useless.
If it's a typo, it's likely that い is missing. Although then we kinda have a double negative, so I'd say it's then more of an imperative?
But yeah, the entire 振らな駄目です bit is utterly dumbfounding to me.
If it's relevant (I don't think it is), the person speaking could be a Kansai user (H is but M is not, and due to the format it could be either of them).
So what is your thinking on this conundrum of mine?