Spose it means that Glocks patents have run out?
Who knows about patents? How long are they good for?
Even though my HK USP45f was purpose built for the new hotter 45 ACP +P loads my two full size 1911s handle the recoil of the SXT 230 grain +Ps better due to the 10 or so ounces of extra weight. Also due to the excellent design of the 1911. Still the idea of a metal framed Glock or USP does not appeal to me. With standard pressure loads the HK is pretty soft shooting.why would you expect more recoil from a heavier pistol. In most cases a heavier gun will provide less recoil due to absorbing the forces of the shot.
Weight would take some of it but the polymer frame is what absorbs a lot of the recoil by it's flexing and all.why would you expect more recoil from a heavier pistol. In most cases a heavier gun will provide less recoil due to absorbing the forces of the shot.
Shh you'll stir up the 1911 aficionado's who think minor differences between stock models means "custom".glock has to be pissed about this gun. It looks like a complete glock copy. Yet, robar is acting like its a new gun. Its the same thing that makes me kinda mad when I pick up a new magazine and see the 35 pages dedicated to 1911 pistols. seriously, they are all the similar thing. different sights, a few custom options, etc..
Why put to bed what works and works well?I get that the 1911 is a great operating system. Learned that like 65 million times. Its been around since 1910. I think that everyone knows its great. Time to put that baby to bed.