My nephew bought one when they first came out. Pretty nice little rifles. They make a great truck/backpack gun.
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When it's unfolded does it lock tight so there is no movement in the barrel?My nephew bought one when they first came out. Pretty nice little rifles. They make a great truck/backpack gun.
The only reason I was thinking about the Mcarbo mount and optic is some reviewers say it's sometimes difficult to get a sight picture due to the height of the rear sight. I'll decide when I shoot it myself. They are holding it for and I'm going to go ahead and 'pull the trigger' tomorrow.I have one, got it when they first came out. Very accurate out to 75-100 yards. Stays in a laptop bag with Glock 19 and magazines for the most part. I found no need for optics on it, if you use them, or want one on the Sub. You will need the fold over adapter for MCARBO.
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Correct. The folding action splits the bolt and the chamber, and there is a tab on the top of the buttstock that catches on the front of the top rail and keeps everything in place.When it's unfolded does it lock tight so there is no movement in the barrel?
I'd describe the recoil (at least with 9mm) as snappy, but very controllable. It's a straight blowback action, and the chunky bolt moving back and forth is noticeable, but I've never had an issue keeping shots on target, and my sights are stock.I've eyeballed those several times, but would like to shoot one before I buy. $400 tho is pretty hard to pass on !!!
Will be interested in your thoughts about accuracy with the OE sights !
I don't have a Glock, but I have another PCC that takes Glock 17 mags so I have several of them...including one of the 50rd drum mags.I had one that accepted Beretta 92 magazines, same ones as my M-9. I kept it in a gym bag in my car along with a couple of 30 round magazines. It was reliable, although I really didn't shoot it a lot. Unfortunately, it was lost when the car was stolen, along with the M-9 that was in the console.
For $400, if you already have a handgun with the same magazines, it's a good deal.
I notice that your rifle's buttstock is pinned in the first hole (according to the pictures in your post). If you were to take the pin out and put it in the third position (furthest from the end of the buttstock), your front sight would be completely enclosed into the buttstock- and thusly captured much more securely.When it's unfolded does it lock tight so there is no movement in the barrel?
And you can actually change out the grip to match a Beretta 92, S&W M&P, or a Sig 226.Seems like a nice compliment to the corresponding Glock pistol (9/40)