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Old 07-02-2014, 09:07 PM   #1
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it seems pretty interesting to me. have you guys looked at it yet? i would love to see it in person or shoot it to see how it performs. the idea would be great for someone who has difficulty with recoil.
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Old 07-03-2014, 05:09 PM   #2
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It does not appeal to me. The size is like so many other pistols out there already. If your all ready a walther guy then you'll want one. If not , its sort of a why kind of handgun . They all ready have a small single stack that sort of covers the ccp and this one is rather close to the ppq.

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It does not appeal to me. The size is like so many other pistols out there already. If your all ready a walther guy then you'll want one. If not , its sort of a why kind of handgun . They all ready have a small single stack that sort of covers the ccp and this one is rather close to the ppq.
the point is the recoil reduction. especially for those shooters who may have some reason for not normally shooting a 9mm of this size. i know of several people who it might help. and with a msrp of 469.....
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I know what the delayed recoil is but having shot a rotory gas delayed px4 and an older hk-p7 and it did not do anything for me. That is a gas detailed system too. I think its just another thang for people to have to have. If a carry gun the recoil out of some like sized pistols is all ready very soft. , Many buy smaller , lighter to cc better and recoil is what it is. OR a range gun and then if a 1911 9mm comanader or mid sized is concedered heavy maybe a 380 is in order.

With really a limited real world info from any testers on you tube out there it looks like you will be the beta tester to know for sure.

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It's ugly. It reminds me of the Wilson Combat follie. Sorry Bill.

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Looks WAY too large for ccw

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