Recover 20/20. For Glock

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  1. kfive

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    any experience with this?
     
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    Idk. Doesn't seem very well made.
     
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    Anyone have any experence with this
     
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    Never seen or heard of it. If the pic that no good posted is what your talking about I want one. Lol
     
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    go to recover 20/20 on utube. they are $99
     
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    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.
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    Yea... I’ll just stick with a real PCC.
     
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    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.
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    It looks nice, but I just don’t see a practical need for it.
     
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    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.
     
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    Frankly, I don't see the point. If ya'll do, that's fine.
     
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    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?
     
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    Exactly!
     
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    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.