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I have been trying to learn how to do this

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by KYgundoc, Sep 29, 2009.


  1. KYgundoc

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  2. chris in va

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    Now how do you rack the slide without touching it?
     

  3. TreehugginGlock

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    hook your back sight to your belt or pocket or the edge of the table and use it to rack it back

    However, I don't see him doing any of that. I suspect there was already one in the chamber.
     
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  4. Dmeister

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    It looks like he snaps his hand back and then forward and momentum causes the slide to continue back far enough to catch and chamber a round as if he racked the slide by hand. Neat trick.

    Reduced recoil springs, perhaps?
     
  5. chris in va

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    *Very* reduced recoil springs. I tried this with my CZ and couldn't even get it to move.
     
  6. Houngan

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    Hey gang, Matt Griffin here. I know the guy in the vid, at least tangentially, it's just something he's practiced until he can make the move fast enough. Stock springs, pretty much a Glock out of the box. We've had a number of folks try and confirm it on the biranenos.com forums.

    Long and short, cool move, low relevance.

    H.