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.
Seems like a waste of time none of my carry guns have ever had any type of failure.
Does anyone have an opinion on the practice of doing a magazine change-out while leaving a round in the chamber?Â IÂ 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,Â and if I realize that I have lost countÂ I change magazines at what feels like early.Â 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.
Â Is there something that I am missing here?
Good luck doing any of that while someone is shooting at you.
I just hope that he builds them for “other than Glocks.”
…or, carry a backup gun.Â That is why I carry one.
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)