Handgun Modifications for Emergency Manipulations

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Rob Pincus demonstrates the use of prototype modifications to make running your handgun easier in a worst case scenario. Rob also reviews the importance of being able to manipulate your firearm in unlikely but plausible situations, including malfunction-clearing and one-handed manipulations.

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6 Responses to “Handgun Modifications for Emergency Manipulations”
  1. Jenette

    I’m sure they’ll mention it in their newsletter as well as another video showing how to install the modifications. (I’m especially looking forward to the magazine release mod)

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  2. Dlbnfla

    Does anyone have an opinion on the practice of doing a magazine change-out while leaving a round in the chamber?  I  have been practicing this and it seems to eliminate the time to get back on target due to making it unnecessary to rack the slide. I am a habitual round counter so I don’t too often miscount,  and if I realize that I have lost count  I change magazines at what feels like early.  I use 14 round magazines so if I drop one out with 2 rounds left I can still get a half box of ammo downrange without dropping my weapon off sight to rack the slide, and it never is empty.

     Is there something that I am missing here?

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