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Why would a Glock not cycle 147gr rds with a suppressor?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by glowworm, Feb 1, 2017.

  1. Snake

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    I do pay attention. I look through the sights of my G34 and look at all the 1911 jams and just quietly laugh.
     
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    Hmmfph. Target focus. Typical amateur.
     
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    Stock glocks are way oversprung. You don't have to search far on the internet to find countless people with btf issues. Even if it does exhibit btf very few can pass the 10-8 ejection test.

    Glocks can be made more reliable with aftermarket parts. Those guys at the matches are having issues because they played gunsmith in their garage. Not solely because they put in aftermarket parts.

    Plenty of stock glocks choke as well. This is coming from a guy who owns nothing but Glock pistols.


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    Grr meant to edit my above post.


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