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Discussion in 'Gun-Parts & Access.' started by kfive, Mar 28, 2020.
any experience with this?
Idk. Doesn't seem very well made.
Anyone have any experence with this
Never seen or heard of it. If the pic that no good posted is what your talking about I want one. Lol
go to recover 20/20 on utube. they are $99
Interesting, never heard of it. Just checked out their website. Pre-order on there for $99.95 – $149.95. I’ll have to check out what they have on YouTube.
Yea... I’ll just stick with a real PCC.
Ever since having a Man From Uncle gun as a child, I've considered this sort of adaptation of a handgun as less wieldy than a handgun by itself. That t.v. show had some P38s that were modified to look very tacti-cool.
It looks nice, but I just don’t see a practical need for it.
It's not like me to express an opinion, but I see nothing but a purposeless hodgepodge of faux movie-commando gimmickry that degrades the utility of the base pistol. Maybe if it had "tactical" or "combat" in its name I'd see the light.
I remember that...but I was thinking it was a Type 94 Japanese Nambu.
Mauser 1934, then a Walther P38, were modified to become the Man from U.N.C.L.E.'s sbs conversions.
Frankly, I don't see the point. If ya'll do, that's fine.
In the end what you have is a pistol with a pistol barrel and a lot of extra hardware attached. Do you really need a shoulder brace to get a better sight picture or something? Maybe you are looking for a new range toy, because I don’t see this as being street practical, so why? Because none of that will affect the ballistics one little bit, so isn’t that 10mm still a short range weapon? Maybe I am missing something here? IDK.
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Wouldn't that make it a short barreled rifle (SPR) and require a stamp?
It’s a arm brace so it’s not classified as a sbr. However you can use it like a stock. I’ve shot a similar setup and it’s much like shooting a carbine and the added accuracy that comes with it.