Yea I agree with him. That’s all I have to say.
“Don’t be a pussy or a noob” great tip, I’ll keep that in mind. Information well worth my 2 minutes.
Unfortunately he is wrong, there is a period of when Glocks had major ejection issues including high incidences of brass to your face.
Could it have been a lot of untrained people who were limp-wristing?
Except this one isn’t.
I have two identical Glock 19 Gen 3. The first I bought LNIB used on election day Nov 2008. The second I bought new (at the Tactical Response Alumni event no less) July 2010 with a production date of late 2009.
The newer Glock 19 has brass to the face, and stove pipes, while the older one simply works like a Glock.
Have you done experimentation? Swap extractors/barrels/slides, analyze the results. Send your information to Buck and drop some science on his ass tranny ass.
Nope. I’ve been meaning to fix it, but it gets back burnered as I have more important things to do.
If I had time (which I won’t until after Memorial Day) I would put 200 rounds each on camera. To show the brass to the face and the stove pipes of the Glocks made during that time period.
I should totally modify an extractor and see if I can make it hit me in the face every time.
There was more “but, uh” and “but, um”s in this 2 minute video than I have seen in hundreds of nervous high school and college student presentations. But, uh, haha.
Never had the issue from a pistol. But then I usually do 1911s.
Now from AR-15/M-16 shooting lefty either prone or on a rest you can expect it.
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