That’s a good question. I’ve seen a couple of reviews here and there that talk about shooting a box of HP without issues but have seen a lot more that show people having issues with HPs.
This year I’ve fired several 100 rounds of HST through two different PCCs and seen far too many malfunctions, better off with a baseball bat.
I’m not sure id care for a Glock rifle. What makes glock pistols so great is they have an amazing track record for reliability and they don’t change the gun much each gen. A new glock rifle is not going to have the track record behind it, BUT everyone complains that glock doesn’t innovate enough. I just don’t think they have a lot to change in their gun other than the cheap plastic sights.
I agree that Glock’s reliability is its main selling point. Which is why a a Glock PCC built with the same simplicity and reliability would be such a big seller.
I think most pistols are reliable now a days. The draw becomes the aftermarket. I imagine a crazy modular innovative new age rifle. I’m sure it will work just fine and probably geared towards LEO’s
True, flocks have some less talked abou perks. I like how their striker system works compared to other guns (they are not the same).
I also like that the glock slide can be completely taken apart without a vice unlike some other guns.
What if the Glock’s slide has a VICE, can it still be taken down with a VISE?
TWO, TOO and TO ---- it is so confusing…
I have no idea what you’re asking.
M&P requires the rear sights to be removed in order to remove the safety plunger and extractor from the slide. To remove the sights, you should use a vice.
Glock does not. You can easily remove all parts from a Glock slide with a punch. Is that a deal breaker for other guns? No. But it’s a perk of glock to me.
I like the idea of easy disassembly if I ever want to do a deep clean.
I do find that annoying. Having to remove the sight to do a trigger swap/work is annoying, especially with how insanely tight all of my S&W sights have been fit from the factory. When I finally get them off, filing is done to put them back in (and aftermarket night sights are also filed). Yet to have any move at all after installed. I mean, they have a dang set screw too, why soooo tight?
But, relatively, the MP& is still pretty easy to take apart. Not like trying to detail strip a complete H&K VP9 or anything
Yeah… S&W designer must had been drunk making that model. Thanks God they made it easy now with optic ready version and the plunger can be accessible with allen key.
That’s good to know!
True story: I bought an optics ready model and removed the rear sight (which I intended to keep/use) to do an Apex trigger. Then realized they made that change.
Now if that isn’t an excuse to buy another gun (2.0 OR) to make proper use of that upgrade I don’t know what is
Yes, it’s called a CZ Scorpion. Had mine since release and have fire thousands and thousands or rounds including hundreds of different hollow points with zero malfunctions.
My AR 9 has had the same round count and so far had been flawless just more finicky on bullet weight and point of impact shift.
No joke I didn’t get your joke until now. . I’ve been burned out lately.
I’m not sure if I’d use a “Vice” on my firearms . I think a vise should work fine though